In this week’s Theology Matters, Dr. Sam Waldron discusses his thoughts and concerns about contemporary trends relating to the regulative principle of worship.
In this week’s Theology Matters, Dr. Sam Waldron discusses his upcoming opportunity for ministry in England.
The Latin filioque is derived from two words. Filioque = que (and) filio (son). Thus, the filioque refers to the phrase, “and the Son.” Augustine is the Father of the filioque, the distinctively western interpretation of the procession of the Spirit. The Council of Constantinople (381) affirmed simply that the Spirit proceeds from the Father. […]
In this week’s Theology Matters, Dr. Sam Waldron discusses next month’s course on the basics of eschatology.
As I write this, it is December 6, and it has been just about one month since my last blog on the Trinity. It has been more months than that since some of you kindly responded to various posts in this blog series. My apologies are extended to each of you who responded with comments. […]
In this week’s Theology Matters, Dr. Sam Waldron discusses his recent opportunity to teach in Colombia.