Dan Hames asks why Isaiah 9:6 refers to Jesus as 'Everlasting Father' and whether that contradicts the doctrine of the Trinity.
Mike Reeves looks at how to speak to our pluralist friends using a neglected resource found in the gospel, leading us to more effective mission.
Glen Scrivener consider mission, motivation, and the glory of God.
Glen Scrivener shows us the danger of thinking about God without beginning with Jesus.
Mike Reeves speaks at Ligonier's 2019 National Conference on God's aseity, simplicity, and immutability – and why the gospel depends on these truths.
Dane Ortlund preaches Jonathan Edwards' sermon on 1 John 4:16: God is love.
Gregory of Nyssa shows how the doctrine of the Trinity does not mean that Christians worship three gods.
Steve DeWitt invites us to enjoy the beauty of God in the Trinity, in his works, and especially in Christ's person and work.
Jonathan Edwards' unpublished Essay on the Trinity is a wonderfully Christ-centred expedition into the life of God.
Robert Letham considers the mystery of the Incarnation in an excerpt from his 'Systematic Theology' (Crossway, 2019).