TREVIN WAX: We are not the first to encounter these texts. And our Christianity stretches back through the ages, where a tomb is still empty.
JOSHUA HEDGER: Implementing a biblical and historical liturgy for our church is theologically weighty and immensely practical.
DAVID RATHEL: Baptists are not exactly known for their catholicity, but John Gill sets a good example.
BRANDON D. SMITH: Biblical concepts and judgments about God's identity helped the early church formulate the creeds.
R. LUCAS STAMPS AND MATTHEW Y. EMERSON: Substitution, recapitulation, and victory go hand-in-hand.
STEPHEN O. PRESLEY: May we also hand down this faith entrusted to us to every new member that walks through our doors.
NATHAN A. FINN: Find ways to let folks tell their stories of Jesus and his love as one way to encourage the whole body in their public worship of the Risen King.
MATTHEW Y. EMERSON: These four affirmations function as some of the main arguments for the full, equal, shared divinity of Father, Son, and Spirit.
BRANDON D. SMITH: We should be careful not to forget the God who speaks through the Bible's pages, in the Old and New Testaments.
R. LUCAS STAMPS: Thomas Aquinas helps give us some basic terms when discussing the Trinity.