Docetism is a teaching that claimed that Jesus only appeared to be human but in essence was not human. This article explains why this teaching is heretical, and its relevance for the church today.
Manichaeism taught that life constitutes of an eternal struggle between the kingdom of light and darkness. This article explains why this teaching is heretical and what is its relevance for the church today.
Gnostics promoted a view about man and Christ that was contrary to the Bible. This article introduces the heresy of Gnosticism and why it matters for the church today.
This article explains why the teaching of Nestorius on the person and nature of Christ was heresy.
This article gives a brief introduction to the Apostle's Creed and its message.
The three Councils of Constantinople dealt with the issue of the Trinity and Christology. This article looks at the history and relevance of these councils.
In Christ, did God become human? This is what the Creed of Chalcedon endeavoured to answer in dealing with the nature and person of Christ.
What does it mean to be gospel-centred? Being gospel-centred is to focus on Jesus Christ.
Is pornography actually harmful? It is harmful to women, children, men, and society. Let the article explain.
What is justification? It is God crediting the righteousness of Christ to us.
Love is the desire of every human. Yet it is also one area where most fail. Why? This article explains that love can only flow from God's love.
Who was Abraham Kuyper? This article surveys his life, with a focus on his key theological themes as well as his legacy for the church today.
Grace is important because grace is what carries the Christian life from its beginning to an end.
You are a theologian, for theology concerns your ideas about who God is, what he expects, and what your place in the world is. The question is, then, what kind of theology do you have?
Does the Bible have anything to say about sexual assault? It is a sin against God and others, and is a symbol of how sin has corrupted God's creation. This is what the article unpacks.
This article gives thought to why Acts should be studied.
This article outlines some sobering statistics about sexual assault.
This article addresses and corrects several myths about sexual assault.
Looking at Acts 2, Acts 8, Acts 10-11, and Acts 19 on the subject of tongues, this article shows that both charismatics and cessationists fail in applying these texts because they fail to read them through the redemptive-historical grid. The author of this article encourages the reading of Acts through a redempive-historical grid.
This article argues that if there is a point of comparison between Islam and Christianity, it should be found between Christ and the Qu'ran (or Koran). This is so because to a Muslim, the question is whether the Qu'ran is created or uncreated, and this is the question of the Christian about Christ. Maintaining the difference between the two, the author shows some similarities for engaging Muslims.