From the B&H Academic Blog
Feb 16, 2017
by Christian George
Charles Haddon Spurgeon was born into an age of upgrade and downgrade. Over the course of his life, lightbulbs replaced gas lamps, engines replaced animals, and with the publications of Essays and Reviews, The Life of Jesus, and On the Origin of Species, nineteenth-century evangelicalism sparked as much controversy as electricity. A crisis of faith—or better yet, a crisis of doubt—walked the aisles of England’s newly lit chapels. Was Jesus God? Did miracles happen? Can faith and science coexist?
By the time Queen Victoria was crowned in 1838, the world of Wesley and Whitefield was vanishing. Gear-driven gadgets and...
Feb 10, 2017
by Bruce Ware
Recent decades have witnessed a renewed and vigorous interest in the doctrine of God within evangelical theology. Theologians from the broad evangelical spectrum have produced both differing and innovative reformulations in understanding just who God is and how he relates to the world he has made.
Only a moment’s reflection makes clear that revisiting this doctrine amounts to a reconsideration of the foundations of the Christian worldview itself, taken at its largest and most comprehensive level. Everything in theology and life is affected by just how one understands the nature of God himself and the nature of God’s relationship...
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