Jeremy Begbie makes a case to begin thinking about biblical inspiration with the doctrine of God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
Timothy Bradshaw gives a quick tour of recent trends in the study of the Person of Christ, from Schleiermacher to Macquarrie.
Mike Reeves shows how our God is delightful in this short piece originally written for Ligonier's 'Table Talk' magazine.
Dan Cruver takes us through the biblical story of adoption – the purpose of redemption, and the goal of the gospel.
Though unlikely to have been written by Athanasius, this statement of faith bears the hallmarks of his strong Trinitarian theology and focus on the Person of Christ.
Gregory of Nyssa writes on the unity of the Trinity and examines the divinity of the Holy Spirit.
Ellis Potter introduces us to Buddhism through his past experience as a Buddhist monk, and contrasts it with his faith in the triune God of the Bible.
Nathan Fellingham and David Fellingham help us think about music, singing, worship, and the Trinity.
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.
Glen Scrivener walks us through how Irenaeus and Athanasius saw creation and salvation as intimately related purposes of God.