Resources on Theology

ERLC has recently republished Carl F. H. Henry’s 1996 book, Has Democracy Had Its Day?, under our Leland House Press imprint. The republication was in conjunction with the ERLC’s latest Research Institute meeting held on October 2-3. The institute's fellows... Continue...

JT English, pastor at The Village Church in Dallas, Texas, shares some practical tips for training church members theologically. Continue...

Phillip Bethancourt moderates a discussion between J.T. English, Albert Mohler, Danny Akin, and Matt Hall at the Southern Baptist Convention Pre-Conference in Dallas, Texas, on June 9, 2018. Continue...

On today’s episode, I discuss the topic of public theology with one of my good friends, Bruce Ashford. “Public Theology” is a term you probably hear very often, but have little context for what, exactly, is included in the category of... Continue...

Many early Baptists were heavily involved in political life, at both local and national levels. For them, political involvement was often a matter of survival—17th century British government, in both England and the American colonies, did not separate church and... Continue...

The first time I read the entire Bible I was struck by the different titles used of God between the Old and New Testaments. The Old Testament usually described God as “Lord,” whereas the New described him as “Father.” The... Continue...

Andrew Walker, director of policy studies, breaks down what the 500th year anniversary of the Protestant Reformation means to modern day Christianity.  Continue...

It's an oft-repeated question: Is the Reformation still necessary? During this commemoration of Luther’s protest, it’s proper to consider how the Reformation impulse of yesteryear applies to our present moment in history. Central to the Reformation was the fact that God... Continue...

While themes related to religious liberty appear in early Christian writings, it was not a principle the Christian Church prioritized throughout its early history. With Christianity in charge and wedded to the state, it did not have to think about... Continue...

Many of us know what it’s like to question God’s love. This needs no explaining. There are times when it is natural for humans to question God when his love doesn’t feel the way we expect it to; we often... Continue...