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Starting as a collection of papers by Mark Horne several years ago, Theologia has slowly expanded to include works by a variety of authors. You will find all of our content under the various categories to the left.
As our motto states, our goal is to provide thought-provoking material that is faithfully Biblical, distinctively Reformed, and comprehensively catholic.
The most recent articles include:
March 30, 2008:
Does the New Covenant have its own distinctive sanctions as well as blessings? We affirm
by Mark Horne -- 6 Comments
February 3, 2008:
Sermon: A Body Formed by the Spirit
by Mark Horne
October 16, 2007:
10 things a church can do to change the world
by Mark Horne -- 4 Comments
August 18, 2007:
On Forgiving Oneself: Nine Reasons Why It Can Be Appropriate
by Mark Horne -- 7 Comments
July 31, 2007:
Every Word Matters to the Story
by Mark Horne -- 1 Comment
July 18, 2007:
How To Encourage Our Children to Believe the Gospel
by Mark Horne -- 2 Comments
April 21, 2006:
Turretin & Pictet on Christian Infants
by Mark Horne
April 20, 2006:
Zacharias Ursinus & the Imputation of Christ’s Righteousness
by Mark Horne -- 1 Comment
March 16, 2006:
Eschatology of Being “Born Again”
by Derrick Olliff -- 2 Comments
August 31, 2005:
Two Sermons on Two Adams
by Mark Horne
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- July 13, 2014 at 1:54 pm :: N. T. Wright & Evangelical Theology :: Henry B.Clemons,Jr.
July 13,2013———-9 :04 am ^This Life here and now.The walk with God,Jesus in and with the Holy Spirit.Life now,today as we live.Know the meaning and purpose of you being born to life and this world.If you are sick in the body or mind,with or without doctor help,your personal God with pray have the healing answer for you right now.There is peace for all causes,money,health.joy or...
- July 6, 2014 at 9:24 am :: N. T. Wright & Evangelical Theology :: Henry B.Clemons,Jr.
The human side of life,my friends.Them that will die be cause of their love for your God and them self.their children,the Christian the men and woman of your country.Your rights of your God should not be a,the cause for other to die,but to live in peace feeling the peace,joy and love for their God and choosing,this without the fear of death.To you(Irag’s Bad Guy) why die when you can live?Be...
- June 6, 2014 at 11:48 pm :: A New Perspective on the Mystery of God :: SANDY
As I read the Bible I am seeing the same things, but people do not want to hear what they do not understand. Sandy
- May 7, 2014 at 10:05 am :: In the Spirit of Elijah :: Ashley Butler
Thanks very much – this 1997 article is filled with superb insights!
- April 12, 2014 at 7:51 pm :: Does the New Covenant have its own distinctive sanctions as well as blessings? We affirm :: Carolyn
Mark, would you be able to send me an email? I need to ask you a question. Thanks!
- March 29, 2014 at 10:03 pm :: Why Does the Pastor Wear a Robe? :: ardelia
who are we to say .who can pastor and who can not . who died and made you god?read your bibleand see how many women>s god used to do his will . I have a list of them. read joel the whole book . god say I will pour out my sprit in the last day.
- March 21, 2014 at 8:19 pm :: Blasphemy Against the Holy Spirit? :: Derrick Vernon
i believe that blasphemy the holy spirit isn’t rejecting Christ and choosing to live their life. I think it has to do with denying the holy spirit when it deals with you and you know its the holy spirit convicting with you but you still deny him. Saying to yourself its not the Holy spirit. the bible says that the spirit of god draws us to him. If we deny that then i believe we are in a reprobate mind...
- March 20, 2014 at 4:36 pm :: Blasphemy Against the Holy Spirit? :: Rev. Grover H. Hunter
Greetings, I write this to all who question what blasphemy again’st the Holy Ghost is or claim this sin can’t be committed today, that only those in Christ time upon the earth could committ that sin. Which is a total lie again’st the word of God. This sin CAN be committed today !!! But for it to be committed a person would most diffently know what they we’re doing by uttering...
- February 26, 2014 at 10:39 pm :: Why Was Jesus Justified? :: pat
Good. We need more men and women that will seek God’s face to leave more undisputed truth on record. The Holy Spirit spoke to my spirit and said, “God Justified Jesus.” I Google this phrase and found you. May God Bless you and keep you. Your Sister in Christ.
- February 11, 2014 at 9:04 am :: On Forgiving Oneself: Nine Reasons Why It Can Be Appropriate :: Stephen John
Hi, I agree with Joseph’s assessment. Forgiving ourselves bypasses God altogether as well as repentance. Some of the most self-righteous , if not sociopathically inclined people can ‘forgive themselves’ and move on regardless of how the other person feels. True Forgiveness will include an action if appropriate by either directly confronting another to share where...
- January 21, 2014 at 8:08 pm :: N. T. Wright & Evangelical Theology :: Henry B.Clemons,Jr.
As all ways iam greatfully to be counted amount the living of God and mankind . Think,. death has it value to mankind, The fear of the pain of death is what cause pain in the minds of every living human being from an early age to a very old age of 85 and older.Think of our Lord Jesus Christ death on the cross that day when his father god gave his first child Jesus to save mankind from sin...
- January 20, 2014 at 5:24 pm :: The Tenses of Justification :: Joseph
The fact alone that the penalty of all our sins were paid for in full allows the Holy Spirit to indwell a genuine believer which, unlike the saints under the old covenant, He is able to now seal Himself unto the day of redemption. This reality is due to the fact that the judgment on the cross has precluded the final judgment by removing the penalty of all sins in a believers life, That’s why there is therefore no...
- January 13, 2014 at 10:41 pm :: God’s Promises to the Jews :: John Stefanyszyn
The Jews, The Land, God…but Israel confesses that it is RIGHT (a right) to worship ANY ‘god’! The Jews claim the land of Israel because they say it was given to them by God. ….people have died because of this claim …the Jews are using this reason to validate their taking of land. It is written in the “religion” of the Jews that the God of Abraham, of Moses is the One and Only...
- December 22, 2013 at 5:15 pm :: N. T. Wright & Evangelical Theology :: Henry B.Clemons,Jr.
Seeing God,the bible says that no man has seen god,However i some time think about the first man that God created,that man whose name was Adam, here in is some to think about or you may say to to talk about , seeing God I think that ii will accept the fact that no man has seen God,and may be you now can agree with me on this point.I am going to close this point of bible history,But, I got just...
- December 21, 2013 at 10:17 am :: The Grace of Justification :: Scott
Thanks for having the courage and graciousness on “publishing” this classic work of soteriology. This is even more the amazing since your website looks to the classic Reformed position. Thanks again for you integrity. An avid inquiry.
- December 16, 2013 at 8:46 am :: N. T. Wright & Evangelical Theology :: Brian Midmore
You said in the article: ‘Wright portrays a Jesus who was similar enough to Judaism to be intelligible, yet dissimilar enough to be considered a political firebrand dangerous to the nation and deserving of death’. Surely this is Wright’s relationship with evangelicalism. Like Jesus Wright is a divisive figure, not because he speaks rubbish but because he speaks with authority.
- December 16, 2013 at 8:06 am :: Future Justification to the Doers of the Law :: Brian Midmore
We must also read 2.13 in the light of 2.7 which says essentially the same thing. It is hard to imagine that the people in 2.7 are hypothetical. Do hypothetical people do good patiently? 2.7 is describing Christians. James 2.5 is also instructive. God has promised the inheritance of the kingdom to those who love him. But what does it mean to love God? This is no emotional attachment to God. Like...
- December 15, 2013 at 3:29 am :: Calvin on Baptism, Penance, & Absolution :: J. Dean
Very good piece, and to be frank it seems as if there is an ever-widening gap between Calvin’s Calvinism and the Calvinism of his successors like the Puritans.
- December 12, 2013 at 8:42 pm :: Blasphemy Against the Holy Spirit? :: Thomas Amsinger
Blaspheme of the Holy Spirit is believing you are that person for which secret words have been coded into the Scripture that few people ever understand, except for a few elite Jewish and Islamic scholars. The so called “Christians” have been misled by the “Apostle” Paul and his epistles. Please Google Apostle Paul false prophet and do your own research on this subject. Only the...
- December 10, 2013 at 1:00 pm :: Blasphemy Against the Holy Spirit? :: Brad
God is love. I believe in Jesus Christ and that he will make sure we understand before we are damned to hell. I have also sinned and wondered if I have become wicked in the sight of the Almighty Lord Jesus Christ. I feel so much love for what is good and I thank the Lord Jesus Christ for placing that in my heart. To trust is to believe without knowing. If your looking for answers read the bible.