Engaging with Analytic Theology Once More

This is going to be short, but I wanted to briefly follow up on my last post. I offered an engagement with an analytic theological thinker named Ryan Wellington. In my engagement I hadn’t fully finished reading his essay; I have since. I am not fully persuaded of his argument in regard to the propositional […]

Engaging With Some Analytic Theology: Ryan Wellington’s Argument for Divine Revelation as Propositional

The following comes from a paper Ryan Wellington recently published through the Journal of Analytic Theology, his essay is titled: Divine Revelation as Propositional. Typically, as an after Barth thinker I am repulsed by emphasizing revelation as propositional; instead, I like to emphasize revelation as personal. But Wellington parses his development on revelation in such […]

The ‘Young Marburg’ Barth against Charles Ryrie, Thomas Aquinas, and the Cosmological Argument for God’s Existence

The first time I attended Bible College was just after I graduated high school in 1992; I attended a small Conservative Baptist Bible College in Phoenix, Arizona, at that time called Southwestern College (it is now called Arizona Christian University). I was a bible and theology major, as such I had an introduction to Systematic […]

Natural Theology is Untheology, And my Confession

To inhabit an evangelical world that lives and breathes from evidentiary and analytical modes for knowing God, and developing theological methodology, it is rather hard to function as a theologian who believes that the faith of Christ ought to serve as the basis from whence God is cognized and understood. This is often my experience, […]