Category: Christian Doctrine
Articles and research resources about the doctrines of the Christian faith
An old teaching has been recently reinvigorated.
Its advocates claim the teaching is a "grace revolution." But many critics see it as merely a fresh spin given to the rebellious, ancient heresy of Antinomianism.
A "Jesus" who is not Lord is a different Jesus than the one spoken of in the Bible.
When someone tells you, "God is bigger than doctrine," it is a good indicator that they are about to assert something that contradicts His truth.
Recently I was asked about my thoughts on the difference between cataphatic and apophatic theology. I expressed serious concerns about the way apophatic theology has often been presented.
Princianism is a blend of semi-Calvinism, New Thought, Quietism, and Sandemanianism that falls outside the boundaries of biblical and historic orthodoxy.
The wording of the Nicene Creed has thus been a standard part of historical orthodoxy. To reject its wording is imprudent and leaves the door open for heresy. I believe the wording of the creed is both biblical and wise.
Not all doctrines necessary for salvation are necessary for a person to believe in order to be saved.
Research resources on the essential doctrines of the Christian faith, and on the importance of doctrine in Christianity
Why doctrine matters in the Christian faith
Chart listing essential doctrines of the Christian faith
Essential doctrines of the Christian faith: orthodoxy vs. heresy