This page started through the sponsorship of the Pildera 2 Southern Baptist Church Young Professionals Ministry in 2020. Today, this site continues to offer various theological articles, academic blogs, book reviews, sermons, bible study lessons, and more.


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[Book Review] Biblical Theology by Brevard S. Childs

Childs, Brevard S. Biblical Theology: A Proposal. Minneapolis, MN: Fortress Press, 2002. 96 pp. $11.98 [Paperback] <Download PDF> Systematic Theology or Dogmatics, Theological and Historical Studies, Ethics, Hermeneutics, and Homiletics, are fields of studies that have been around since antiquity. How about Biblical Theology (BT)? From this investigation, Brevard Childs traverses his proposal. In thisContinue reading “[Book Review] Biblical Theology by Brevard S. Childs”

[Book Review] Hermeneutics in the Anabaptist Tradition

Stuart Murray. Biblical Interpretation in the Anabaptist Tradition. Kitchener, ON: Pandora Press, 2000. 277 pp. $23.51 [Paperback] <PDF Download> The book offers the hermeneutical background of Anabaptists according to its author. Stuart Murray Williams contends for the significance of Anabaptist contribution and influence in the Reformation. He has listed six hermeneutical principles of the AnabaptistContinue reading “[Book Review] Hermeneutics in the Anabaptist Tradition”

[Book Review] The Major Works by Anselm of Canterbury

Anselm of Canterbury. The Major Works. Edited by Brian Davies and Gillian Evans. NY: Oxford University Press, 1998. 544 pp. $14.20 [Paperback] <PDF Download> The author of these works is a great theologian and logician named Anselm of Bec or Canterbury. Born in 1033, yet at a young age, he had a strong desire toContinue reading “[Book Review] The Major Works by Anselm of Canterbury”


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Virtual Preaching: A Digital Theology

When the world experienced the COVID-19 pandemic, the church transitioned immediately to digital networks, virtual spaces, and hybrid or phygital (Physical + Digital) experience. Most of the churches accepted and practiced Facebook Live, YouTube streaming, and Zoom meetings as an alternative for meeting regularly especially for preaching purposes. This article explores the history of virtualContinue reading “Virtual Preaching: A Digital Theology”

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— Andrew Fuller (1754-1815)

Church Producing Churches

During the Apostolic days, New Testament churches result either in producing another church or supporting missionaries to plant another church. This principle was evident in apostle Paul’s missionary journeys. Paul instructed Titus to remind the Cretan churches to support their Gospel-proclaimers (missionaries) and make sure that they lack nothing (3:12-15). Biblically, a church planter oughtContinue reading “Church Producing Churches”

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