We ask Thomas Kidd, Distinguished Visiting Professor of Church History at MBTS and Distinguished Professor of History at Baylor University, “Who or what were your primary influences related to evangelicalism and the life of the mind?”
In some ways, we’re always teaching the next generation about the Reformation. Even when we fail, we have the opportunity to model repentance and reliance on the grace of Christ.
Historical theology can be done for the church when historical theologians bring out the treasures from the doctrines of history and serve them as the Lord’s Remembrancers.
This is the simple gospel of Carl Henry. This is the gospel that raises the dead to life from the God who speaks and shows.
For so many young pastors, the early years of pastoral ministry can prove to be daunting. Yet, these highlights from Spurgeon’s first pastorate provide a guide for areas to prioritize in these early years.
FTC.co asks Geoff Chang, curator of the Spurgeon Library and assistant professor of Historical Theology at Midwestern Seminary, “Why should local church members regularly read or think about church history?”
The Reformers were united in their belief that the Bible alone teaches all that is necessary for salvation and Christian living.
FTC.co asks John Mark Yeats, Dean of Students and Professor of Church History at MBTS, “If someone wanted to jump into studying church history, where would be a good place to start?”
Corrie traveled the world sharing her story and the lessons she had learned: God’s love is stronger that the deepest darkness; God’s love is victorious over hatred.
Philip Melanchthon’s life, gifts, writings, and relationships provide a worthy example for modern-day ministers who find themselves “in the shadows” of the ministry of another.