A REALLY Old Perspective On Paul

Back in 1982, a fellow by the name of James D. G. Dunn gave a name to a theological movement of sorts which was redefining Pauline Theology. He called it “The New Perspective on Paul”. The theological movement was hardly monolithic, but there was a common theme in the movement which was “that the old […]

The "Auburn Avenue Theology" Examined

In 2002, a controversy concerning the subjects of justification, regeneration, and conversion (among others) broke out in the Reformed community. It came about as a result of the annual Pastors Conference held at the Auburn Avenue Presbyterian Church in America, in Monroe, LA. The speakers were John Barach, Steve Schlissel, Steve Wilkins and Douglas Wilson. […]

The “Auburn Avenue Theology” Examined

In 2002, a controversy concerning the subjects of justification, regeneration, and conversion (among others) broke out in the Reformed community. It came about as a result of the annual Pastors Conference held at the Auburn Avenue Presbyterian Church in America, in Monroe, LA. The speakers were John Barach, Steve Schlissel, Steve Wilkins and Douglas Wilson. […]