Calvin’s legal covenant

Did Calvin believe that the Old Covenant was a covenant of works (promising eternal life as a reward for perfect human obedience) or a...

Barnabas and the End of the World

The wonderful Epistle of Barnabas from around 100 AD says that there are seven days of world history. One day is as a thousand...

‘I never read Calvin’: George Whitefield, a Calvinist Untimely Born

Published: Churchman 125, Issue 1,  Spring 2011 ‘I never read Calvin’: George Whitefield, a Calvinist Untimely Born Jared C. Hood Luke Tyerman was no lover...

Calvin on Prayer: Union with Christ

Published: Australian Presbyterian (AP), December 2009 If John Calvin were interviewed on the subject of prayer, what would he say?   “What?” you might exclaim. “What...

The Decalogue and the Egyptian Book of the Dead

Published: Australian Journal of Jewish Studies 23, 2009 I just had the below published in the Australian Journal of Jewish Studies (thanks to my PhD...

Colossians papers

Here are two papers I wrote for a Master of Arts subject on Colossians: An exegesis of Colossians 1:15-20: colossians-1v15-20.pdf - Colossians 1v15-20 Paraenesis and Didacticism...

The Religious Life of Theological Students – B. B. Warfield (abridged)

Benjamin Warfield delivered an address at Princeton Theological Seminary in 1911 on the topic, 'The Religious Life of Theological Students'. An abridged from of...

Why I still believe in inerrancy – ‘Every syllable’

Published: Australian Presbyterian (AP), February 2009 Every syllable: Andrew McGowan’s controversial book undermines inerrancy. A number of books have been written recently that have precipitated a...

The Psalms and the Resurrection

I’m doing the course of the Psalter at PTC at the moment, and addressing the question of whether the Psalms are Messianic. Some say...

Andrew McGowan on Inerrancy and the Divine Spiration (Authenticity) of Scripture...

Andrew McGowan has recently written 'The Divine Spiration of Scripture', largely written against the inerrancy of Scripture, and in favour of a particular view...