Nov 3

Principles for Seeing and Celebrating Christ in His Scriptures by Jason DeRouchie

Editor’s Note: The following post is taken from Five Views of Christ in the Old Testament edited by Andrew King and Brian Tabb. Copyright © 2022 by Zondervan. Used by permission of Zondervan. My redemptive-historical, Christocentric approach identifies at least seven possible ways of faithfully magnifying Christ in the Old Testament. All seven principles […]

Oct 25

Five Views of Christ in the Old Testament by Andrew King and Brett Fredenberg and Jason DeRouchie

An Interview with Andrew M. King and Jason S. DeRouchie Andrew M. King serves as Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies at Midwestern Seminary and Spurgeon College and Assistant Dean of Spurgeon College. Jason S. DeRouchie serves as Research Professor of Old Testament and Biblical Theology at Midwestern Seminary and Spurgeon College. Their latest book, Five […]

Aug 25

How Dangerous Hermeneutics Can Inform False Teachers by J. Alan Branch

False teachers abuse God’s word to build their own kingdom, not Christ’s church. A sure sign of trouble is when a preacher abandons careful handling of the text and fails to determine what a passage meant to the original audience.

Aug 23

Who are the “Sons of God” in Genesis 6? by Jonathan Woodyard

Regardless of which interpretation is correct, though, the main point is plain: humanity was falling deeper and deeper into sin and running farther and farther away from God.

Aug 22

Yes, the Devil is Real by Jared C. Wilson

So do I believe there’s an actual devil? You bet I do. And here are a few reasons why . . .

Aug 17

Episode 173: Ronni Kurtz on Fruitful Theology by Jared C. Wilson and Ronni Kurtz

On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson talks with friend and former co-host of the podcast Dr. Ronni Kurtz about his new book connecting the life of the mind to the life of the soul.

Jul 15

More Than Eggheads in Ivory Towers: Three Reasons Why I Study Theology by Brett Fredenberg

If we want to experience change in our lives, we must know God. If this is true, then to experience change in our lives, we must study theology.

May 27

Jared Bumpers on Pastors and Systematic Theology by Jared Bumpers

Why should pastors care about systematic theology? 

May 9

Success is Dangerous by Jared C. Wilson

You don't need "more" to be satisfied in God.

Apr 14

A Glorious Doctrine with a Silly Name: The Extra Calvinisticum and the Gospel by Samuel G. Parkison

In the incarnation, God reveals his Triune beauty for us in language we can understand. He communicates his astonishing beauty with human language, and with skin and bones, and he does this for our benefit.