Book Review: Our Favorite Sins

There is a paradox at work in modern Christianity. On the one hand, it is popular to think that the gospel has primarily to do with how to handle sin (what Dallas Willard calls "the gospel of sin management"). On the other, we're terrible at actually dealing with sin. All too often, the response to … Continue reading Book Review: Our Favorite Sins

The Nature of the Cure Tells the Nature of the Disease

Recently I've been listening to Victor Shepherd's lectures from a class called "Theology of the Human Person." I've never taken a class from Shepherd, who teaches at Tyndale Seminary in Toronto, but Regent College sells some of his lectures through Regent Audio. I've listened to a series of his lectures on historical theology, and another … Continue reading The Nature of the Cure Tells the Nature of the Disease