This article stresses the corporate aspect to the celebration of the Lord's Supper. This aspect impacts how we approach the table, and how we prepare to take the Supper.
This article discusses how the Sermon on the Mount is often read wrongly. It highlights the liberal way, the legalistic way, and the Lutheran way.
This article discusses the fundamental importance of hospitality in the church, and provides five ways to pursue it, with 1 Corinthians 16 as springboard.
This article argues that beneath any legitimate type in Scripture is a covenantal topography that rises and falls throughout Israel's covenant history. It demonstrates how biblical types follow this topography from historical prototype, through covenantal ectypes, to their intended antitype—Christ.
This article raises common objections to church discipline, such as the claim that the sin of others is not one's business, and evaluates each of them.
This article discusses how the biblical teaching on homosexuality, from Leviticus 20:13, needs to be read in its historical and covenantal context in order to see that it does not permit violence against homosexuals. The article shows how this intersects with what the Quran teaches on the subject. It also discusses how capital punishment in the church has developed into excommunication.
This article attempts to define what a disciple is. It evaluates a number of definitions before coming to its own.
Why is biblical theology needed? Biblical theology is principally concerned with the overall theological message of the whole Bible. This article explains why you need to incorporate biblical theology into your personal study, your church ministry, your theological formulation, and your personal evangelism and disciple-making.