Saved by … Doctrine?

"A person can have what we see as a highly defective theology, and yet we can still acknowledge that the person’s heart has been transformed by the power of the gospel of Jesus Christ."

Telford Work: Jesus—the End and the Beginning

Tracing the Christ-Shaped Nature of Everything

Seeing God

Hans Boersma: The Beatific Vision in Christian Tradition

Uche Anizor: How to Read Theology

Engaging Doctrine Critically and Charitably

Gavin Ortlund: Finding the Right Hills to Die On

The Case for Theological Triage (Crossway)

What Doctrines Are Essential to the Gospel?

Which doctrines make the gospel vulnerable or incomplete if they aren't present?

The Astonishing Significance of God as ‘Father’

The presentation of God as Father is a pivotal concept in the Sermon on the Mount underscoring our relationship with him.

Chris Bruno: Paul vs. James

What We've Been Missing in the Faith and Works Debate

How Heavenly-Mindedness Is Pivotal to Christianity

Christianity has been criticized of being too heavenly-minded to be of earthly good. Here's why that's not the case.