Spiritual Life
Reasons to Believe
Religions & Sects
Church History
In the News
Faith & Reason Press Speaker's Forum Links Resources About Us


A vast number of issues in theology are continually debated. We will post materials of special importance in different areas such as Foreknowledge, Open Theism, Hermeneutics, and Pluralism.
A Biblical Guide to Orthodoxy and Heresy
Part One: The Case for Doctrinal Discernment
For most Christians today, the challenge of learning how to discern orthodox from heretical doctrine has apparently not been faced. Either they treat doctrine as minimally important and....
A Biblical Guide to Orthodoxy and Heresy
Part Two: Guidelines for Doctrinal Discernment
How do we discern truth from error, sound doctrine from unsound doctrine, orthodoxy from heresy? How do we discern when a doctrine is fully heretical and when it is only aberrational?
Reformist Evangelicalism:
A Center Without Circumference
Reform has always been central to the self-understanding of American evangelicalism. Ambition to reform American Protestantism was the energizing dynamic and motivating cause for the...
Biblical Theology
On April 6-8, 2000, the ninth annual Wheaton Theology Conference brought together a mix of younger and senior scholars from inside and outside of evangelicalism to think together about the history and future of biblical theology.
God Does Not Change His Mind?
Here in 1 Samuel 15 we have a clear statement about God's truthfulness and unchanging character. But elsewhere in the Old Testament we read of God repenting or changing his mind. Does God change his mind?
Postmodernism: Good, Bad, or Indifferent?
What shall we make of postmodernism? Is it basically a correct and helpful way of understanding life? If so, then we should embrace it, regardless of whether it accords with our previous beliefs. If, on the other hand, it is an inaccurate view of reality and of life, then we should resist it and reject it.
What About Hell?
Is the doctrine of hell a hindrance or a help in witnessing? Many evangelicals are ashamed of this biblical doctrine, viewing it as a blemish to be covered up by the cosmetic of divine love...
Who Is The Angel Of The Lord?
If Gideon only saw an angel, why did he fear that he might die? Many interpreters believe that an angel takes God's place and acts as his representative. However, others do not feel this explanation fits all the data. Who, then, is this "angel of the LORD"?
Why Doesn't The New Testament Always Quote The Old Testament Accurately?
In many places, the New Testament quotations of the Old Testament do not match up with what we have in our English Old Testaments. There are a number of reasons why this is so.