Double Predestination is Unbiblical (Emil Brunner)

Today I finished reading Emil Brunner’s Dogmatics: Volume I, The Christian Doctrine of God. There are many positive things I could say about the volume, and I did enjoy much of Brunner’s emphasis upon the revelation of God in Jesus Christ […]

Karl Barth on Romans 9:20

So then He has mercy on whom He desires, and He hardens whom He desires. You will say to me then, “Why does He still find fault? For who resists His will?” On the contrary, who are you, O man, who answers back to God? The […]

The #CalvinismDebate: My Thoughts

Hello friends! I’m glad to be back from a month long blogging sabbatical. Today I’m interested in sharing a few of my thoughts on the Calvinism Debate (hosted by Zondervan) which took place on Wednesday night. This debate was filled […]

My Shadow Days Are Over: Rethinking Total Depravity

Are people good? Or are people bad?  It seems like a simple question until you get into it. Christian Theology often talks about “original sin” and “total depravity” in regards to what took place after the fall of Adam in Eden. We say […]