Tag: Systematic theology

William den Boer, René Fransen en Rik Peels – En God zag dat het goed was : christelijk geloof en evolutie in 25 cruciale vragen

In 2017 publiceerde de aan de Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam verbonden predikant en theoloog Gijsbert van den Brink En de aarde bracht voort, waarin het christelijk geloof en evolutietheorie op doordachte… Read more »

Veli-Matti Karkkainen – Christian Understandings of the Trinity: The Historical Trajectory

Author Veli-Matti Karkkainen leads theology students and interested lay people along the trajectory that the doctrine of the divine Trinity made in Church history. It’s what basically distinguishes the Christian understanding of… Read more »

Jason S. DeRouchie – How to Understand and Apply the Old Testament

For many Christians, the First or Old Testament is unknown territory, even among preachers. Cutting out two-thirds of the Bible by not reading and searching for meaning and application it,… Read more »

Jacob D. Myers – Making Love with Scripture: Why the Bible Doesn’t Mean How You Think It Means

Falling in love with the Scripture is not enough to really understand the Bible’s purpose. Theology wasn’t meant to become science. And what to make out of all these theologians… Read more »