by Contributor Don Brooks Explanatory Note from the Editor: This post is part of a larger paper was written and presented by the Founder of Discovered Ministries in the Discovered Ministries Paper Exchange. This ministry is a regional ministry hosted by Discovered Ministries to encourage Christian discipleship of the mind, growth in the knowledge of God, and… Read More Classical Theism vs. Theistic Mutualism
by Guest Contributor Pastor Timothy Arndt Explanatory Note from the Editor: This post is part of a larger paper was written and presented by Pastor Timothy Arndt in the Discovered Ministries Paper Exchange. This ministry is a regional ministry hosted by Discovered Ministries to encourage Christian discipleship of the mind, growth in the knowledge of… Read More When was Saul Converted?
by Editor-in-Chief Michael Brooks This is my first book review and I am planning to keep reviews short and effective. I think the best reviews are not too time-consuming but helpful and to-the-point. I plan to break my reviews up into four groupings: why I read the book, synopsis and structure, agreements/positives, disagreements/negatives, and reasons… Read More Beyond Racial Gridlock – A Review
by Contributor Will Brooks At the heart of Christianity is humility—it is written in 1 Peter 5:6, “Humble yourselves, therefore, under the mighty hand of God so that at the proper time he may exalt you.” In the evidential Problem of Sin, that is the amount of sin, suffering, and death in the world despite… Read More Humility in the Problem of Sin
by Contributor David Voetberg In this article, I’d like to attempt to make an argument for the events of Daniel 6 as typologically foreshadowing the sufferings & resurrection of Christ. I understand that there are potential dangers when we start talking about typology in Scripture, being that wild things can potentially be imported from our… Read More Daniel and the Lion of Judah’s Den
by Contributor David Voetberg The title of this article may strike some as odd being that Samson is one of those Old Testament characters we typically think of as someone who almost never got it right. Could there really be a glimpse of the Saviour in the life of a man like Samson? Despite his… Read More Let Me Die with the Philistines: The Aroma of Christ in the Life of Samson
by Editor Michael Brooks We continue the second entry in our “But God” series. You can find the introductory entry here. As we examine God’s actions in history as testified in the Scriptures we must begin, at the beginning. This beginning is when God created the good and perfect world, created the crown of creation… Read More But God – Part 2: Judgement, Promises and Grace (Genesis 3:8-24)