The Road To Unitarianism (2)

This is the second of a two-part series. In part 1 we considered the origins of Unitarianism. The Unitarian faction within the Congregational church continued to grow in the early nineteenth century. The apex of the internal movement was the 1819 “Baltimore . . . Continue reading →

Being “Nicea” And Leaving Church

Two recent podcast episodes that I found helpful on two topics about which I’ve been giving some thought: millennials and niceness. The first is Theology You Should Know with my friends Jared Beaird and Dan Borvan. Both have written for the HB. . . . Continue reading →

Video: Redemptive Historical Preaching Is for Today

Chris Gordon and Daniel Borvan discuss the importance of preaching from the perspective that as the Bible progresses, it reveals more and more about the salvation of Christ. RESOURCES When Is a Church Not a Church? Heidelminicast: Belgic Confession Art. 29—On The Marks . . . Continue reading →