Category Archives: Theology

Did Jesus Rise from the Dead?

Posted in Historical Jesus, Historical reliability of the Bible, History, The Resurrection of Jesus Christ, Theology

The only full and revealed answer to suffering in this life

Originally posted on Apologetics and Agape:
I wrote this several years ago at another blog that I write (James Swan’s Beggars All Reformation and Apologetics. We don’t know all the answers for our questions about pain and suffering in this…

Posted in Incarnation of Jesus Christ, Spiritual growth, Suffering and God's Sovereignty, The doctrine of the Trinity, Theology, Theology of God, Truth

Historical Theology from a Protestant Viewpoint, Dr. Nathan Busenitz

This is the first of 25 lectures on Historical Theology from the early church up to the Reformation.  I have not listened to them all, but jumped around some; and still have a long way to go.  Overall, it looks … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, church history, early church history, History, Theology

Pilgrim’s Media on Faith

A good analysis of saving faith in Jesus Christ.  The true faith of conversion that demonstrates the reality in application and change. https://thepilgrimsmedia.wordpress.com/2018/03/30/the-characteristics-of-conversion-what-is-faith/#_ftn1  

Posted in Faith, Gospel Truth, Salvation, Spiritual growth, Theology

Does the Bible teach that there is only one God or many gods?

One God or many gods? at Triablogue Steve Hays provided an excellent quote by Bruce Waltke that refuted Peter Enns’ comment and some liberal theologians/commentators about “many gods”. Then I added some comments: (edited here a little for smoothness) Was … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Demons / evil spirits, Monotheism vs. Polytheism, Mormonism, Psalms, Sam Shamoun, Theology, Theology of God

15 Early Church Christians who used the word “Trinity” before 325 AD

Posted in Apologetics, church history, The doctrine of the Trinity, The rule of Faith, Theology, Theology of God | 6 Comments

The True God, the Holy Trinity, is relational, and helps us understand our need for relationship.

Here is my response and interaction with an article at Triablogue: “Christianity is a relationship, not a religion.” Interesting. Why are relationship issues only a “feminine issue” ? or why is that “a rather feminine view of Christianity?” You are … Continue reading

Posted in Relationship with Jesus Christ, Sanctification/Holy living, Spiritual growth, The doctrine of the Trinity, Theology, Truth, worship | 5 Comments