There are certain theological words and phrases which gain such a clear and defined meaning in the history of theology that to affirm that one holds to them is tantamount to affirming their meaning in that history. To affirm such words and phrases and not hold to their historical meaning is simply to mislead both […]
It is a vast understatement to say that the regulative principle has been the subject of much discussion in recent years. Many in the Reformed resurgence have adopted (as they should have) the regulative principle as part of the Reformed and Puritan tradition to which they are self-consciously returning.1 Others in the Reformed tradition have […]
In this week’s Theology Matters, Dr. Barcellos briefly discusses some of the books that he has recently been reading.
In this week’s Theology Matters, Dr. Barcellos answers why Christians should view the Lord’s Day as the Christian Sabbath.