Oblation, intercession, and particular redemption in John Owen

To read John Owen on the doctrine of the atonement is to encounter a unique exercise in biblical theology being channeled through rigorous reason. In The Death of Death Owen's full rhetorical and logical prowess is on display. He handles the opposing viewpoints of his theological interlocutors with sincerity, but also with a rational severity … Continue reading Oblation, intercession, and particular redemption in John Owen

Book review: The Wingfeather Saga

The Wingfeather Saga is a four volume epic tale of mystery, fantasy, and redemption. Written by Andrew Peterson (a highly esteemed singer-songwriter), the story follows the adventures and misadventures of the Igiby children as they come to terms with their identity in a world of evil and malice, and as they face up to navigating … Continue reading Book review: The Wingfeather Saga

6 arguments in favour of physical Bibles

I'm neither a diehard physical book fan nor a committed Kindle devotee. I read a hybrid of traditionally published texts and ebooks, depending on their content, price, their purpose, and the timescale that I have to read them. Often I will have a physical copy of a book and its ebook counterpart in the interests … Continue reading 6 arguments in favour of physical Bibles