Asking the Right Question: The Deficiency in Current Theological Education

  Jonathan Faulkner   I have spent, almost, the last ten years of my life participating in theological education in some matter or another. Most of that time has been as a student, however, some of that has been teaching deep dive Sunday School classes on 1st Timothy and Isaiah or laboring as a pastor …

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The Light that Shall Not be Overcome: A Post-Election Exposition of John 1:1-5

By Jonathan David Faulkner I love the start of John’s Gospel. Not just because it sets forth the Deity of Christ, but because of how it sets forth the Deity of Christ. Establishing his reign from the beginning of time as “in the beginning” and being “The Word (that) was with God” (gk Logos Eimi …

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