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.
Stephen R. C. Nichols shows how, for Jonathan Edwards, the whole Bible exists to showcase the gospel of Christ.
Hans Madueme explores the fall of humanity and the doctrine of original sin – challenging our underlying assumptions about reality.
Peter Williams discusses the objections of many people to the Old Testament regarding violence and slavery, and shows how many classic criticisms are problematic.
Peter Williams presents the case that the biblical Gospels are historically reliable and examines the relationships between them.
Simon Gathercole examines the Jesus of the Gospels in comparison with the Jesus of the apocryphal 'gospels'.
Peter Williams examines the Gospels and 'new evidence' about Jesus at the Veritas Forum.
Jonathan Edwards outlines a theology of grace in this essay.
Gregory of Nyssa shows how the doctrine of the Trinity does not mean that Christians worship three gods.