In this post, Erik Reed shares about the life of his son Kaleb. It was a life that many would say was fraught with tragedy and difficulties, yet Erik talks about how he and his family rest in the hope of God’s good sovereignty.
“Rather, Biblical Theology, simply put, is the theology of the Bible. That is, it is not our own theology but that of the biblical writers themselves. It is their convictions about God, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit and God’s work in human history as revealed in the writings of Scripture. Understanding Biblical Theology as the theology of Scripture itself, in turn, requires a certain method, a particular way of reading Scripture (a hermeneutic). Think of it as a three-legged stool: we best use a method that is historical, inductive, and descriptive,” writes Andreas Köstenberger in this post. Then, he goes on to explain these ideas.
According to Jason Duesing, thanks to the publishing of recently unpublished sermons we can know exactly what Spurgeon preached at Christmas. Duesing even offers so summary of Spurgeon’s message.