Let’s remember that classical theism used to be the theological norm, dare I say the orthodox standard. But, when we look around at contemporary evangelicalism, and more specifically the broad stream of Western Baptists, we are reminded that this rich theological tradition has been largely buried by the rise of fideism, the seeker-friendly movement, and … Continue reading What About Baptists & Classical Theism?
Please don’t forget to check out the video or podcast episodes based on this article. Also, make sure you read the prior article on divine incomprehensibility before moving forward! We have covered divine incomprehensibility and now we’re off to divine simplicity! Sometimes the words we use in theology are not identical to how we use … Continue reading Thinking About God: God Is Not Composed | The Baptist Reformation
Recently, I had the privilege of appearing on Evan McClanahan’s radio show on KPFT 90.1, called Sin Boldly. Evan was interested in having me on in light of an article I wrote a few weeks back titled ‘The Break-Up: Molinism & Divine Simplicity’. Now, Evan is not a Molinist, but he did invite Eric Hernandez of … Continue reading Molinism and Self-Existence