On Integrating Doctrine and Life

Michael Horton makes a great point about living what I call a “kingdom integrated life”: “… when it comes to God, people often imagine that it is possible to have a personal relationship with God apart from theology. In fact, some Christians...

Dispensational, Covenant, & New Covenant Theology

For anyone involved in the theological schools known as Dispensationalism, Covenant Theology, or New Covenant Theology, you may be interested in reading several reviews of Kingdom through Covenant: A Biblical-Theological Understanding of the Covenants, written by...

Michael Horton’s Approach to Israel

Concerning the future of Israel, Supercessionism, and a Reformed approach to the issue, Michael Horton writes, “So while some amillennialists regard all of the saving promises to Israel as fulfilled in the new covenant church without remainder and...

Has the Calvinism vs. Arminianism Debate Run Its Course?

This week there was some discussion amongst the members of the Society of Vineyard Scholars, of which I am a member. Someone asked a question regarding how the Vineyard stands regarding Calvinism and Arminianism, and there were quite a few interesting responses,...

Michael Horton on Union w/ Christ

Michael Horton writes, “What a wondrous thing it is that even though Jesus Christ has been exalted to the throne of God, absent from us in the flesh, we may nevertheless only now be united to him in a manner far more intimate than the fellowship enjoyed by the...