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Where Is Your Story Written?
Conventional wisdom decries all grand stories of life and history. But Scripture presents the ultimate story of God’s work in creation and new creation. Michael Lawrence introduces his series in biblical theology with five short articles on this grand story which encompasses everything, even you.
-Everyone Loves a Story (Part 1)
-The Story of Creation (Part 2)
-The Themes of Creation (Part 3)
-The Problem of Creation (Part 4)
-The Destiny of Creation (Part 5)
By Michael Lawrence
Preaching and Biblical Theology 101 (PBT-101)
Feeling uncertain on why and how biblical theology should inform your preaching? Take Professor Schreiner’s 3-part class on the topic. If you’re just looking for tools for your toolbox, jump straight to part 3. Quizzes held every Sunday.
-Diagnosis—The Problem with Much Preaching Today (Part 1)
-Discovery—What is Biblical Theology (Part 2)
-Direction—How To Do Biblical Theology When Preaching (Part 3)
By Thomas Schreiner
The Glory of God in Salvation Through Judgment
At the heart of biblical theology is the glory of God in salvation through judgment, says Hamilton. Okay, we said to him, that sounds good. But what does that mean for the pastor when he goes to work on Monday?
By James M. Hamilton Jr.
A 9News Forum
We asked a roundtable of pastors and theologians one question:
“In what ways will a congregation’s understanding of salvation and the gospel be limited if their pastors do not have a good grasp of biblical theology?”
Answers by Andrew Davis, Graeme Goldsworthy, Phil Johnson, Aaron Menikoff, Raymond C. Ortlund, Jr., and Stephen Wellum. A special, extended response from Bruce Waltke
Biblical and Systematic Confusion Yields Gospel Delusions
Does the gospel = “the proclamation of God’s kingdom” or “penal substitution”? Distinguishing our biblical from our systematic theology helps us answer that question.
By Jonathan Leeman
Recommend Books on Biblical Theology for Church Members
9News has compiled a list of books Capitol Hill Baptist Church recommends to its members and visitors on the topic of biblical theology.
One of the Dirtiest Words Today: C——–n
Say the word “conversion” in public today and call condemnation upon your head. But is it biblical? Is it helpful for believers and unbelievers?
By Brad Wheeler
WHERE THE MEN ARE MEN
Manly Dominion: In a Passive-Purple-Four-Ball World
by Mark Chanski
Reviewed by Owen Strachan