I can’t recommend Scott Swain’s book Trinity, Revelation, and Reading enough. It’s excellent and introduces readers to the Theological Interpretation of Scripture movement.
It’s been a while since I posted because I was having some issues with my website (not my expertise!). Thankfully, here are some articles that I’ve been able to write for various publications: “Christ Our Salvation: A First Engagement with John Webster,” Modern Reformation, August 30, 2021. Book Review of Theology is for Preaching in Modern Reformation (Oct/Nov 2021). Book Review […]
Good News! While this blog has been quiet, lots of activity has been going on behind the scenes. Here are some recent publications: https://modernreformation.org/resource-library/web-exclusive-articles/yesterday-i-was-dead/ “Joy Unspeakable: Finding Joy in Christ-like Suffering.” Puritan Reformed Journal 13, no. 1 (January 2021): 202–4. “Singing for Our Supper” – in the 2020 Mid-America Journal of the Theology
For years, I have longed to have the Greek New Testament and the Hebrew Old Testament in one volume. Biblia Sacra is the common gold standard, but it is expensive. After looking at various options, I finally on A Reader’s Hebrew and Greek Bible: Second Edition by A. Philip Brown II and Bryan W. Smith (Zondervan Academic; Hardcover, 2020). A […]
This is the pattern of the Christian life: Guilt, Grace, Gratitude. There is so much to this dynamic. For example, it shows us that: Truth transforms. Christian salvation is not just a “get out of hell free” card that leaves a person living however they want, but gratitude truly comes where God’s grace is known, and that gratitude means life […]
By no means will I claim to be a fine writer, but I’m pleased with the progress I have made over the last few years. Below are some of the resources I have found especially helpful in honing the writer’s craft and simply encouraging me to write. You should know that all of these I read or listened to for […]