“The Wrath of God Satisfied” | Scot McKnight

Do you see propitiation at the core of the atonement? Do you think God’s wrath was pacified (propitiated) in the cross? Not all agree with the propitiation proponents, and one who did not agree was C.F.D. Moule. Moule in his characteristic succinct way summarizes the NT texts, and I quote them below, after the jump. …

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BioLogos Basics Videos

BioLogos Basics Videos [Christianity's Creationism Harmonizes with Evolution] The BioLogos website contains lots of fantastic resources, but we know they’re not always easy for the casual web surfer to find. And especially for people new to the Christianity and evolution discussion, we’ve recognized that there needs to be an easier way to wade into the …

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How Puritanism explains Trump: Why the 17th century taught the US and UK different lessons | CT

US and UK Christians have drawn hugely different lessons from their common history. For many Christians in the UK, what is currently happening in the USA is, at best, puzzling and, at worst, looks like a betrayal of Christian principles. And one question keeps raising its head: Whatever do Christians of the so-called 'evangelical religious …

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Nicaea: not Rome’s Authority

In his 2016 article, Evangelical Exodus: The Protestant seminary that produced dozens of Catholic converts, Paul Senz describes a happening that perhaps precipitated or maybe merely coincides with the more recent #Exvangelical and #EmptyThePews phenomena. From Personal Experience Having personally attended classes at Southern Evangelical Seminary in 2013, I feel as though I dodged a …

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