A look back at the most popular posts at the Areopagus website, as well as some book recommendations for 2019.
I am a campus minister for the CRCNA at Iowa State University, giving oversight to the campus ministry, Areopagus.
Coffee, Soccer, Writing, Reading, Films, and Philosophy.
How do you read the gospels? Here's my book review of Jonathan Pennington's book, Reading the Gospels Wisely.
Reflecting on the nature and impact of ideologies at work in our society by drawing on Johannes Verkuyl and his book, The Message of Liberation in Our Age.
Third in a series on Reformed evangelism, focusing on the role of discipleship and faith formation for equipping people to engage God's world.
The second post in a series of three on Reformed evangelism, focusing on the teaching of J.H. Bavinck in his book, An Introduction to the Science of Missions.
Evangelism serves the building of the Church, and the building of the Church provides the foundation for witnessing to the Kingdom of God in all of life, and such witness fulfills our created purpose as image-bearers of God in His world.
A post introducing 1 Thessalonians by drawing insights from Dooyeweerd's philosophy (in particular, the idea of the biblical root-motive: Creation, Fall in Sin, and Redemption in Christ).
Introductory post for our Fall study series...
The new design is great; looking forward to using the Network more.posted on: Your Feedback = Chance to Win