God’s Names in Job: Does God Suffer With Us?

The book of Job has regularly posed a problem for Christians in nearly every generation because it presents, quite starkly, the suffering of a “blameless” man for no reason ever explained to him, by a God who seems far more interested in winning a bet with Satan and browbeating Job with odes to His own […]

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Rebalancing Calvin’s Equation of Faith and Knowledge


Calvin emphasized religious knowledge as the foundation of the Reformation of the church. But have his theological heirs misunderstood his assumptions?

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