Reigniting the Trinity Controversy

Reigniting the Trinity Controversy

This is a response to John McClean’s blog post (‘The Eternally Begotten, Sent and Obedient Son - developing and defending a position’, August 2016) about the Subordination controversy. Broadly speaking, that debate is about how much of the Trinity can be communicated...

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Gospel Metaphors

Gospel Metaphors

What is the gospel? Defining the gospel can become an evangelical shibboleth. The password whispered in the dark that separates friend from foe. Some Christians try to dodge the dilemma by eschewing the need for a definition. Yet, having no gospel definition ignores...

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Book Review: Zeal without Burnout

Book Review: Zeal without Burnout

Jesus said, "I've come to serve not to be served" (Mark 10:45). So how do we follow him, take up our cross, and do Christian-ministry without becoming bitter dry husks? Christopher Ash's Zeal without Burnout makes a direct and practical case for "sustainable...

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Three Views on Images of Christ: Lawful and Helpful

Three Views on Images of Christ: Lawful and Helpful

  Are pictures of Jesus blasphemous?  No, and if handled carefully they can be a blessing. Additionally, what you think about pictures of Jesus is an insight into how you explain his humanity and divinity. Compare Mel Gibson’s bloody, suffering-focused The...

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Book Review: Visual Theology

Book Review: Visual Theology

You could say the writer Tim Challies invented blogging, or at least the Christian version of it. He has been a reliable and thoughtful evangelical presence online for over a decade. I discovered his blog when his critical review of The Shack went viral back in 2008....

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Luke Isham

Luke Isham

Luke is a Presbyterian preacher and a graduate of Ridley Melbourne and Christ College Sydney, pastoring a small rural congregation in Western Victoria. He is married to Amy and has two children.

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