Archive | Publisher’s Corner

Eidsmoe, John: THE DOCTRINE OF INTERPOSITION IN CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY

The doctrine of interposition has an interesting history in Christian theology.  Understandably, it is often invoked when Christians believe themselves oppressed by a hostile government, and ignored or downplayed when the government seems favorable to Christianity.  Always there is a tension between liberty and authority, and the Christian who believes in both liberty and authority […]

Continue Reading 0

Kirk, Ronald: The Importance of Christian Character

Holiness, from the idea of clean in both the Hebrew and Greek Scriptures, essentially means whole. In the Biblical languages and English alike, holiness applied to men is a state of moral wholeness, integrity, and purity, as opposed to brokenness, damage, compromise, or pollution. Individual morality requires structural integrity to maintain wholeness. Character identifies the […]

Continue Reading 0