Did Luther totally dismiss good works? Were they important in any way at all? Graham Tomlin investigates.
Dan Hames asks Graham Tomlin about Luther's famous distinction between 'law' and 'gospel', and they touch on the New Perspective's reading of Luther.
What can I do if I have used my power for my own ends? What can I do if I have power but have failed to take responsibility and use it properly? Mark Stirling gives some practical pointers.
Swiss reformer Huldrych Zwingli's famous sermon outlines the power and authority of the Bible.
Augustine's spiritual autobiography is a moving and prayerful look at love, sin, desire, and a journey to faith in Jesus. It is a must read!
Sinclair Ferguson walks us through the doctrine of sanctification from the Reformed perspective, asking what sanctification is and how it happens.
Peter Mead explores the importance of maintaing our love for Jesus and avoiding relational drift. How can we guard against growing cold?
Glen Scrivener walks us through how Irenaeus and Athanasius saw creation and salvation as intimately related purposes of God.
William M. Schweitzer guides us through key elements of Jonathan Edwards' theology and shows how the the idea of divine harmony characterises his work at all times.
Lee Gatiss overviews the life and thought of George Whitefield.
Mike Reeves introduces us to the puritan pastor, Richard Sibbes.
Donald Fairbairn surveys the New Testament's teaching about the identity of Jesus and guides us through the key discussions of the early post-apostolic Church on Jesus' divinity and humanity.
Emma Scrivener shares some of her experiences with an eating disorder, its effects on her, and the power of vulnerability.
Kelly Kapic explores the themes of suffering and justice in the context of studying theology, challenging us to make God's concerns our own.