• Paradise Lost by David VanDrunen

    FROM TABLETALK | December 2008

    In the second chapter of Hebrews, the author notes that God did not appoint angels, but human beings, to rule the world to come (v. 5), and he quotes Psalm 8 to prove it: “You made him for a little …Read More

  • Who Shall Ascend the Mountain of the LORD? (Part 2) by L. Michael Morales

    The paradise atop Eden’s mount is described in Genesis 2-3 as a well-watered Garden with an abundance of fruit trees, a place where humanity and animals lived in harmony. These physical blessings, however, were but tokens (and small ones …Read More

  • Created to Enjoy God Forever by John Currid

    FROM TABLETALK | November 2013

    Why did God create humankind? In many of the creation accounts of the ancient Near East, humanity was created with the sole purpose of being a slave to the gods. For example, the Mesopotamian creation story Enuma Elish describes the …Read More

  • Has Science Buried God? by Keith Mathison

    FROM TABLETALK | April 2009

    One of the most common ways of looking at the relationship between science and faith is the conflict thesis, which posits an inherent conflict between science and religion. The conflict thesis was popularized in the nineteenth century by John William …Read More

  • The Christian and Science (Part 3) by R.C. Sproul

    (Continued from The Christian and Science pt. 2)  Christians Need Not Fear Scientific Inquiry There is a sense in which the Christian should be the most passionate scientist of all because he should be rigorously open to truth wherever it …Read More

  • Existence in God by Burk Parsons

    FROM TABLETALK | January 2006

    Recently I visited a member of our congregation who was in the hospital. After leaving his room, I stepped onto the elevator and noticed two women standing quietly at the back of the elevator. Each was carrying a bag that …Read More

  • The Christian and Science (Part 2) by R.C. Sproul

    (Continued from The Christian and Science pt. 1)

    Is Aquinas to Blame?

    Many Protestant scholars venture earlier into church history and lay the blame for this division at the feet of Saint Thomas Aquinas. Among Protestant thinkers, there seems to …Read More

  • Created to Enjoy God Forever by John Currid

    FROM TABLETALK | November 2013

    Why did God create humankind? In many of the creation accounts of the ancient Near East, humanity was created with the sole purpose of being a slave to the gods. For example, the Mesopotamian creation story Enuma Elish describes the …Read More

  • Has Science Got Rid of God? by John Blanchard

    FROM TABLETALK | August 2008

    Richard Dawkins, based at Oxford University, officially operates under the title of Charles Simonyi Reader and Professor of the Public Understanding of Science. Unofficially, he may be the best-known atheist in the world, partly as the result of his best-selling …Read More

  • The Covenant Way by Susan Hunt

    FROM TABLETALK | December 2010

    Even to old age and gray hairs, O God, do not forsake me, until I proclaim your might to another generation” (Ps. 71:18). One of the things I feel an urgency to proclaim to our covenant sons and daughters …Read More

  • Who Shall Ascend the Mountain of the LORD? (Part 3) by L. Michael Morales

    Worship — approaching the living God — is the central concern of Scripture, and a vital aspect of its narrative drama. Who may climb the summit of the LORD’s dwelling place to gaze upon his beauty? Against the backdrop of this …Read More

  • Old Expectations by Iain Duguid

    FROM TABLETALK | December 2007

    When Jesus started his earthly ministry, he began by “proclaiming the gospel of the kingdom” (Matt. 4:23). Yet nowhere in the Gospels do we see Jesus giving a clear definition of the kingdom. The reason is simple: Jesus didn …Read More

  • Signature in the Cell by Keith Mathison

    In 1991, Phillip Johnson published Darwin on Trial. In 1996, Michael Behe published Darwin’s Black Box. In 1998, William Dembski published The Design Inference. While numerous other books on the subject have been published, these three books are considered …Read More

  • Who Shall Ascend the Mountain of the LORD? (Part 2) by L. Michael Morales

    The paradise atop Eden’s mount is described in Genesis 2-3 as a well-watered Garden with an abundance of fruit trees, a place where humanity and animals lived in harmony. These physical blessings, however, were but tokens (and small ones …Read More

  • Creation Ex Nihilo by Derek Thomas

    FROM TABLETALK | January 2006

    No sentence is more pregnant with meaning than the opening one of the Bible: “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth” (Gen. 1:1). It tells us several things all at once, four of which are worth …Read More