Church Leadership in the First Century
Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary Blog
by John Aloisi
4d ago
What did church leadership look like in the first century? Below are a few observations. In a passage penned in the mid-first century, James addressed the question of what to... Read More The post Church Leadership in the First Century appeared first on Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary ..read more
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Christian Platonism: Friend or Foe?
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by Mark Snoeberger
2w ago
Christian Platonism. Friend or Foe? The Christian system has long been dogged by the question of philosophical grounding and the ancient comparison between Aristotle and Plato. Which (if either) of... Read More The post Christian Platonism: Friend or Foe? appeared first on Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary ..read more
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Reasons vs. Rationalizations
Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary Blog
by Ben Edwards
3w ago
I’ve found it helpful to distinguish between reasons and rationalizations. Reasons are facts, arguments, principles, etc., that lead you to a particular conclusion. Reasons are the explanation for why you... Read More The post Reasons vs. Rationalizations appeared first on Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary ..read more
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Their Angels See the Father’s Face
Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary Blog
by Ryan Meyer
1M ago
I do intend to finish my series on Matthew 24:36–41, but I am taking a break for this post. First, like Nebuchadnezzar’s magicians, I am “trying to gain time.” Second,... Read More The post Their Angels See the Father’s Face appeared first on Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary ..read more
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Ministry Advice from a Dead Guy
Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary Blog
by John Aloisi
1M ago
In recent months, I’ve written about marriage, parenting, and financial advice “from a dead guy” (i.e., John Chrysostom, c. 347–407). In recounting this advice, I’m not suggesting that Chrysostom was... Read More The post Ministry Advice from a Dead Guy appeared first on Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary ..read more
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Is Ethics Ever a Matter of “Indifference”?
Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary Blog
by Mark Snoeberger
1M ago
The term ἀδιάφορα (adiaphora), literally, matters that are to be viewed with indifference or that make no difference, does not appear in the Christian Scriptures and does not feature significantly in... Read More The post Is Ethics Ever a Matter of “Indifference”? appeared first on Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary ..read more
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Hymns for the Attributes of God
Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary Blog
by Ben Edwards
1M ago
Church Works Media has a helpful resource for pastors and those who plan worship services: a topical list of hymns In a similar spirit, I wanted to share a list... Read More The post Hymns for the Attributes of God appeared first on Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary ..read more
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Does Matthew 24 Describe the Rapture of the Church (Part 4)
Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary Blog
by Ryan Meyer
2M ago
Read Part 1 here, Part 2 here, and Part 3 here. In this series, we have been examining the arguments made by John Hart in Evidence for the Rapture that our Lord Jesus... Read More The post Does Matthew 24 Describe the Rapture of the Church (Part 4) appeared first on Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary ..read more
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Financial Advice from a Dead Guy
Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary Blog
by John Aloisi
2M ago
In recent months, I’ve written about marriage and parenting advice “from a dead guy” (i.e., John Chrysostom, c. 347–407). In this post, I’m going to note a few comments about... Read More The post Financial Advice from a Dead Guy appeared first on Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary ..read more
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The Role of “Passion” in Christian Experience
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by Mark Snoeberger
2M ago
The use of the term passion has seen a huge uptick in conservative evangelical life in the past 25 years or so, roughly paralleling the sharp rise in influence of Reformed Charismatism... Read More The post The Role of “Passion” in Christian Experience appeared first on Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary ..read more
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