When A Pastor Fights

The book of Galatians is one of the most passionate books of the New Testament. After Paul established the church in Galatia, false teachers entered the church and promoted a false gospel. According to the false teachers, Christians need to believe in Jesus and obey the works of the Law—especially circumcision—to be saved. Though this... Continue Reading →

Calvinism and the Unlimited Love of God

Calvinism is a popular theological system known primarily for its commitment to five doctrinal positions: total depravity, unconditional election, limited atonement, irresistible grace, and the perseverance of the saints. Of these five, limited atonement is almost always the first one a Calvinist will jettison. Limited atonement is the doctrine that Christ did not die for... Continue Reading →

Top 6 Posts From the First 6 Months

Thinking Theologically turns 6 months old this month! In honor of the 6-month milestone, I've placed links to the 6 most-read blog posts below! #1 Of Crawfish and Bacon: Christians and Those Quirky Old Testament Laws This post examines why Christians feel free to disregard so many Old Testament laws. In Louisiana, shellfish such as... Continue Reading →

Calvinism is Not the Gospel

A prominent trend in American evangelicalism is the rise of Calvinism. While Arminianism was the dominant theological position of American Christians throughout the end of the twentieth century, Calvinism may be the dominant position in the near future. My first seminary class was taught by a Calvinist, the popular Passion Conferences are routinely headlined by... Continue Reading →

The Significance of Christ’s Death

It’s Good Friday, which means that today is the day on which Jesus was crucified. Now, if you know anything about crucifixion, you’ll find it odd that Christians refer to this day as Good Friday; for, crucifixion was an objectively evil practice. Christians call this day good because of our theological commitments. First, we believe... Continue Reading →

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