Next week, Dr. Richard Barcellos and I will be flying to Namibia, Africa to teach two modular courses to indigenous pastors and church leaders at Grace Ministerial Academy. He will be covering hermeneutics while I will handle worldviews. Please pray for us! In training these pastors, we have a wonderful opportunity but also a humbling […]
I suspect that many evangelicals today would choke on the very first words of the Nicene Creed—if they are really thought about what they were confessing. Here is the first paragraph of the Nicene Creed: “We believe in one God, the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth, and of all things visible and invisible.” […]
Dr. Sam Waldron discusses some of his thoughts on the doctrine of the Trinity in light of recent evangelical scholarship.
I concluded my last blog with a number of conclusions I have drawn as I have read, studied, and taught the doctrine of the Trinity in the midst of the modern debate over “egalitatarian” views of the Trinity and the role relationships of men and women. The first of those conclusions was that significant problems […]
On this week’s video podcast, Dr. Sam Waldron discusses some of his recent and upcoming international ministry opportunities.
The Gospel Coalition continues to come out with helpful videos on identifying and training men for the ministry. Their latest is a discussion between David Helm, Bryan Chapell, and Mike Bullmore on how current church leaders should train men to teach and preach. Training Future Leaders and Preachers from The Gospel Coalition on Vimeo.
Who’s Tampering with the Trinity? That is the name of a book that is perhaps the most recent installment of a major debate going on among “evangelicals” on the subject of the Trinity. The subtitle of the book identifies the debate in question: An Assessment of the Subordination Debate. In this book Millard J. Erickson […]
This week’s video podcast is a brief discussion of Richard Barcellos’ message at the 2011 General Assembly of the Association of Reformed Baptist Churches of America on the Lord’s Supper as a means of grace.
I recently blogged about a series of videos on discerning a ministry call. This week, the Gospel Coalition has followed up with another helpful series on pastoral searches and church transitions. As one preparing to serve Christ in the ministry, I found this discussion helpful. With this in mind, here are the videos: Additionally, Chris […]
Richard Barcellos discusses his doctoral dissertation in our latest video podcast, The Family Tree of Reformed Biblical Theology.