Systematic Theology in the Context of Covenant Theology and Biblical Theology

Many may already be familiar with the differences between these approaches to the study of theology. But for those who are unfamiliar, here is a succinct definition of each. Systematic Theology: The systematizing of Bible doctrines into a logical coherence. For instance, what does the Bible say about the nature of God (theology proper)? What … Continue reading Systematic Theology in the Context of Covenant Theology and Biblical Theology

The Glory of Christ: Prophet, Priest, and King

The three-fold office of Christ (which is from the Greek, meaning Messiah, or "Anointed One") has to do with the work of Christ for the redemption of His people. These are known as the Messianic offices, as these offices are associated with the prophesied and pre-figured Messiah in the Old Testament, which Jesus has fulfilled. … Continue reading The Glory of Christ: Prophet, Priest, and King

Longings of an Exiled Heart in the Days of Disease: Looking at Acts 2:42 from Afar

COVID-19, and the various actions taken in response to it, have resulted in exiles the world over. As Christians, we have been exiled from the joyous devotions of Church life. I do not wish here to address the question of whether or not these measures have been proper, either from a perspective of justice or … Continue reading Longings of an Exiled Heart in the Days of Disease: Looking at Acts 2:42 from Afar