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volume 37 issue 1

April 2012 / 177 pages

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The Goldilocks Zone

Michael J. Ovey

‘Just right’. This is the key refrain in the Goldilocks story as she tries out the chairs, porridge, and beds of the three bears, whose home she has entered (apparently illegally, but nothing turns on that). ‘Just right’ is also a good summary of a formidable (if not conclusive) apologetic argument for God’s existence...

John Owen on Union with Christ and Justification

J. V. Fesko

C. S. Lewis argues that we should prefer old books over new books because every age has its own outlook. By reading old books, we can learn from the past and possibly correct errors in our own outlook...

Articles

The Goldilocks Zone

Michael J. Ovey

‘Just right’. This is the key refrain in the Goldilocks story as she tries out the chairs, porridge, and beds of the three bears, whose home she has entered (apparently illegally, but nothing turns on that). ‘Just right’ is also a good summary of a formidable (if not conclusive) apologetic argument for God’s existence...

John Owen on Union with Christ and Justification

J. V. Fesko

C. S. Lewis argues that we should prefer old books over new books because every age has its own outlook. By reading old books, we can learn from the past and possibly correct errors in our own outlook...

Ethics and Pastoralia

HIstory and Historical Theology

History and Historical Theology

History and Historical Theology

Mission and Culture

New Testament

New Testament

Old Testament

Systematic Theology and Bioethics

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