We are excited to announce the online release of our latest course at the Midwest Center for Theological Studies! Dr. Richard Barcellos' class on Biblical Theology I is now available... read more →
Richard Barcellos discusses his doctoral dissertation in our latest video podcast, The Family Tree of Reformed Biblical Theology.
Tom Wells’ book on the Sabbath: Chapter Three (V) Conclusion: Gospel Texts on Sabbath-Keeping A detailed examination of all the passages in the Gospels where Christ discusses the issue of... read more →
Tom Wells’ book on the Sabbath: Chapter Three (III) Mark 2:27-28 Wells discusses Mk. 2:27-28 (48-57). He claims, and rightly so, “There is no command in these verses…” (49). He... read more →
As far as Christ as the ultimate fulfillment of the Sabbath, I would say this…If the Sabbath as instituted at creation was a symbol and type of the eternal state,... read more →
Tom Wells’ book on the Sabbath: Chapter Three (II) Matthew 12:1-14 Wells references Matt. 12:1-14 several times in chapter 3 but offers no exposition of the passage. I will offer... read more →
Tom Wells’ book on the Sabbath: Chapter Three (I) Let me make a few necessary comments on the genre and interpretation of the Gospels. The Gospels contain narrative accounts of... read more →
"In an equally scandalous way, we are now commissioned as co-redeemers." Read the interesting discussion here. The comments section is worth the read.