Kingdom and Church: Reading Scripture as a Unified Narrative

Alfred Loisy expressed the dilemma many feel about the relation of church and kingdom in the biblical narrative: Jesus preached the kingdom, but it was the church that came! The underlying assumption of the dilemma is that kingdom and church are different real... Read More »

Progressive What?

Recently, some publications have been promoting a theological position called progressive covenantalism (PC). Its proponents claim that it offers a middle ground between covenantalism and dispensationalism. [1] Now, I think I know something about dispensationa... Read More »

Christ in the Old Testament

In Luke 24 Jesus showed Himself alive to His disciples and explained that the cross and resurrection, and indeed much else in His life, were predicted in Scripture. Verse 27 states: ‚ÄúThen beginning with Moses and all the Prophets, He interpreted for them the... Read More »

Revelation: Mysterious, fascinating

Editor’s Note: This article first appeared in the Baptist Messenger as part of a series on the book of Revelation. To read the series, go to baptistmessenger.com/revelation-podcast. Many people today find the book of Revelation both mysterious and fascin... Read More »