The Imago Dei and the “Humanity” of Scripture

In his contribution to the book Reforming or Conforming: Post-Conservative Evangelicals and the Emerging Church (Crossway, 2008), Paul Wells considers the humanity of scripture, a topic he contends has been left largely unexplored by conservative evangelicals when discussing the doctrine of Scripture. In writing of the dearth of detailed engagement with the humanity of Scripture,… Continue reading The Imago Dei and the “Humanity” of Scripture

Scripture and Tradition

The curiously titled Concise Reformed Dogmatics by J. van Genderen and W.H. Velema has become a favorite of mine.  (I say curiously titled because it weighs in at 922 pages - though it does have some 2000 fewer pages than Bavinck's Reformed Dogmatics!)  I was rereading some portions of his chapter on Holy Scripture and… Continue reading Scripture and Tradition