Glen Scrivener walks us through how Irenaeus and Athanasius saw creation and salvation as intimately related purposes of God.
Mike Reeves looks at the heart of the gospel in the first of three talks.
Mike Reeves looks at the heart of the gospel in the second of three talks.
Mike Reeves looks at the heart of the gospel in the last of three talks.
Paul Blackham briefly looks at Revelation in the first of five talks on the cross.
Michael Reeves explores what it means to be evangelical, considering the proposals from Bebbington, Packer, and Stott.
Graham Tomlin draws on Paul, Luther, and Pascal to show us just how revolutionary and liberating is the cross of Christ.
We ask Peter Mead whether there's a danger in talking about the Incarnation that we risk neglecting the death of Jesus.
Ron Frost looks at the upside-down gospel of Jesus in Luther's Theology of the Cross. From Delighted by God 2012.
Simon Gathercole examines Paul's theology of atonement, focusing on the theme of substitution.