Watts’ Top Books in 2021

W. Jackson Watts For the last two years I’ve set a goal of reading 52 books during the year. It’s ambitious, and admittedly, arbitrary. One book per week sounds like a plan, but when we consider the fact that some books can be read in an afternoon, while…

Why It’s Not the Same

W. Jackson Watts “It’s just not the same.” Most people have heard this phrase and uttered it countless times since March. It’s how Christians have expressed the sentiment of trying to worship together while not actually being together. After the suspension of worship services in March, the vast…

On the Need for Theologically Rich Worship Songs

Matthew Pinson Why talk about songs on a theology blog, one might ask. But a theology blog is the ideal place to talk about the church’s song. That’s because the reason the New Testament gives us for singing in church is primarily about theology. The New Testament Reason…

Kevin Hester & “Trinitarian Preaching”

by Theological Commission Recently the Commission for Theological Integrity hosted its annual Symposium on the campus of Hillsdale FWB College. Among the many excellent papers presented was Dr. Kevin Hester’s entitled “Trinitarian Preaching: On the Father, in the Son, and through the Holy Spirit.” It was extremely well-received, and…

2015 Theological Symposium, Video, and Social Media

Day 1 Dr. Thomas Marberry – Thomas Marberry – Discipleship in Galilee and Perea Great session and wonderful articulation of how differently Christ called and trained His disciples. Daniel Webster – Worship in the Spirit and the Truth: A Biblical Theology of the Holy Spirit in the Gospel of John…