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The Last Word – Stuart Johnson

The Last Word – Stuart Johnson

95% of all theological essays are criticisms of other theological points of view.  This is something T F Torrance said in his lectures, The Ground and Grammar of Theology.  There is hardly a group of people who will uniformly agree on…

Life, Light and Union – Stuart Johnson

Life, Light and Union – Stuart Johnson

The Bible is probably the most contentious book in human history.  It draws the most intensive attention from both believers and nonbelievers alike.  As many as 30000+ denominations depend on the Bible for their unique view on the gospel.  Whatever…

Facing Great Changes – Stuart Johnson

Facing  Great Changes – Stuart Johnson

One who is deemed qualified to teach from the Bible holds a place of prestige.  In mainstream Christian churches, the privilege of teaching from the Bible requires forming training.  This training has to be approved by the church and the…

Empty Spaces – Stuart Johnson

Empty Spaces – Stuart Johnson

Christian theology does not answer all our questions.  Our theology is revealed to us by God Himself.  God has chosen Himself to come to us as the Man Jesus Christ clothed in our humanity so that a point of contact…

Keeping it simple! – Stuart Johnson

Keeping it simple! – Stuart Johnson

Though many of us think about the finer details of the gospel, the message itself is far more simple than what is contained in all the theological books.  There is the risk of over complicating what is purely an encounter…