A wonderful defense of the importance of creeds and confessions has stood at the opening of A Modern Exposition since its first publication in 1989 (the 300th anniversary of its... read more →
One or two more matters should come up for discussion before I finish my post-game analysis of the Slick-Waldron debate over the gifts of prophecy, tongues, and healing. Here, I... read more →
Another topic which I want to follow up on from my debate with Matt Slick has to do with my first assertion that the apostles of Christ are the first... read more →
In my last blog post I promised to share the word studies that have confirmed for me that Matt Slick’s distinction between charisma gifts and doma gifts was overdrawn. Remember... read more →
I said in my first blog post that debates for me are about truth—not about winning. I do, of course, hope the truth will win. I also hope to do... read more →
I have not previously blogged about debates I have been asked to participate in. But since this was a social media event of sorts, and some things worthy of comment... read more →
Recently, I had the privilege of speaking at the Reformation Preaching 2015 Conference. I was given the delicious, but in some ways difficult topic: Misunderstandings of Reformed Thinking. After some thought and seeking counsel,... read more →
In this week's Theology Matters, Dr. Waldron explains how Christians are called to defend our faith.