Book Reviews

Book Note

02.26.2012 by Greg Billingsley

A New Testament Biblical Theology: Initial Analysis

We will start the first Book Note of this In Progress review for G.K. Beale’s A New Testament Biblical Theology discussing the overall expectations that we should have for the book. My goal is to find out the author’s thesis...

Topics: biblical theology, new testament theology

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In Progress

02.02.2012 by Greg Billingsley

A New Testament Biblical Theology

In our first In Progress review, we are going to delve deeply into G. K. Beale’s new release, A New Testament Biblical Theology: The Unfolding of the Old Testament in the New....

Topics: biblical theology, new testament theology

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01.15.2012 by Greg Billingsley

How To Read A Book

One of our main goals here at etheology.com is to give our readers the tools and knowledge to enrich their study of God and his Word. Our plan is to meet this goal in a variety of different ways, whether it is through theological,...

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From the Blogs

04.18.2014 by Greg Billingsley

Christ, The Cornerstone

On the Thursday night before Jesus’s crucifiction, Jesus ate the Passover meal with his disciples in what we have traditionally called the Last Supper. During this supper, many...

Topics: atonement, christ's work, resurrection

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02.05.2014 by Reed Dunn

The Christian and the Culture

What is the Christian’s and/or Church’s role in the culture?  (Part 1)...

Topics: art, church, creation, culture, reformed theology

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01.02.2013 by Reed Dunn

Caesar, the Beast, and Crafts

Thinking through the Hobby Lobby problem....

Topics: culture, reformed t, worldview

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12.11.2012 by Reed Dunn

Putting Christ Back Into Christmas

Learning to have a “Happy Holiday”...

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11.29.2012 by Reed Dunn

A Christmas Inconsistency

A little hypocrisy to go along with our holiday cheer....

Topics: reformed theology

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