The Sermon on the Mount and Human Flourishing

Jonathan T. Pennington: A Theological Commentary

The Bible and the Problem of Evil

Some argue the Bible fails to provide adequate solutions to the problem of evil. The beginning of an answer is found in a theodicy of love.

Growing as a Community Into the Likeness of Christ

The apostle Paul saw his role as helping the body of Christ grow in Christoformity.

Exploring a Christian Ecological Virtue Ethic

The intersection of virtue ethics and environmental ethics

Jonathan Edwards and the Aftereffects of the Awakening

True religion consists in the movement of one's will toward obedience to God.

Understanding the Nature of Christ’s Atonement

Was Christ's work on the cross vertical, horizontal or both?

Faith, Works and Justification

When we study their words closely, Paul and James are actually in profound agreement about the nature of faith and works.

How Christianity Subverts the Wisdom of the World

The Apostle Paul expertly deconstructs the wisdom of Corinth to present a new vision in Christianity.

Scot McKnight: Reading Romans Backwards

A Gospel of Peace in the Midst of Empire

Seeing God

Hans Boersma: The Beatific Vision in Christian Tradition