The Princeton scholar B. B. Warfield shows how the scriptures are God's inspired and authoritative word.
Jeremy Begbie makes a case to begin thinking about biblical inspiration with the doctrine of God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
Glen Scrivener offers a theology of preaching: Christ must be proclaimed biblically.
The essay The Biblical Idea of Revelation by the great Princeton theologian, Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield (1851-1921), first appeared in the fourth volume of The International Standard...
Luther's oft-ignored but influential disputation against medieval scholastic theology.
Timothy Bradshaw gives a quick tour of recent trends in the study of the Person of Christ, from Schleiermacher to Macquarrie.
I. The Nature of Revelation The religion of the Bible is a frankly supernatural religion. By this is not meant merely that, according to it, all men, as creatures, live, move and have their being in...
Timothy Edwards challenges and enriches our Bible reading by giving us a sample of early Church exegesis.
Dan Hames explores how the gospel of Jesus is proclaimed by the passing of night and day, helping us to think biblically about everything.
Carl Trueman surveys the trends in theology of scripture in the light of Biblical Criticism and the Enlightenment.