This is an entry in a theological dictionary on justification by faith.
This is an entry in a theological dictionary on the Day of Judgment.
This is a theological dictionary entry on different theories of the atonement.
This is a theological dictionary entry on the atonement.
The burden of this article is to show that even though there is not the same frequency of mention in the New Testament of the wrath of God as in the Old, nevertheless, the relevant passages show that for the early Christians the divine wrath was just as real as it was for the believers of the Old Testament.
What is Christian worship? Worship springs out of our basic theological convictions and expresses them. Morris explores both the Old and New Testament understanding of what worship is.
This chapter is the conclusion to Morris's study on the atonement. Morris summarizes the major findings of the book.
Morris reflects on the nature of the authority of Scripture. He wants to answer questions like: Does the Old Testament teach that only its general drift is important but not its details? Do the New Testament writers go astray in minor matters but preserve the truth in broad perspective? Do the Bible authors regard the whole of Scripture as reliable and worthy to be called the "Word of God”?
How is God's authority mediated to man? Morris wants to focus on the authority of Scripture, distinguishing it from the authority of the church.