For the Church Gathered
Right biblical theology offers a trustworthy guide to life in the church, and guards against wrong emphases, wrong expectations, and a wrong gospel.
Five biblical strategies to get from any text to the gospel.
Where are we? Who are we? What’s wrong? What’s the remedy?
How do you know what a pastor’s fundamental role is? Look to Scripture’s story of shepherding.
This sermon was preached at Greenbelt Baptist Church in Greenbelt, Maryland on June 29, 2014. We think it’s a commendable example of using biblical theology to instruct and edify a congregation.
Do Old Testament patterns of worship apply to new covenant church gatherings?
For the Church Scattered
Is “transgender” in the concordance?
Here’s what happens when Scripture’s story of sonship tells us who we are.
Whole-Bible answers to Liberation Theology’s approach to oppression, sin, the Exodus, and more.
The heart of the book is summed up in Augustine’s saying, “He endured death as a lamb; he devoured it as a lion.”
Exhortations to rely on the Holy Spirit permeate the pages of this book.
All Things For Good was written nearly four centuries ago, but remains as relevant as if it were written yesterday.
My faith was nourished and deepened by reading this book. Yours will be too.
This book offers an important lesson in doing theology: the importance of responsibly grappling with biblical truths that may appear at first blush to be mutually incompatible.
This book's principles are driven more by man’s intuition and tactics than the principles described in God’s Word.
Those committed to proclaiming God’s Word will find Chapell’s volume accessible, resourceful, and useful.
The Puritan doctrine of preparation underscores the central truth of conversion, which is that God saves guilty sinners by Christ alone.