John Owen - Great English Puritan theologian.

The International John Owen Convention

BibleMesh are delighted to be co-sponsors, alongside Crossway, of the International John Owen Convention.

This is a two-part convention: a two-day academic conference geared to scholars working in a variety of disciplines complemented by a one-day conference exploring the relevance of Owen studies for the contemporary church.

John Owen - Great English Puritan theologian.

New Directions in John Owen Studies

BibleMesh are delighted to be co-sponsors, alongside Crossway, of the International John Owen Convention.

The Convention sets out to think about what we have already achieved in our study of Owen, and what might be the most fruitful new lines of enquiry. Paying attention to Owen’s status in the academy and in the church, it will create opportunities for new thinking about the formation, contextualisation, and reception of Owen’s ideas. Please come and join the conversation.

Research Fellowship in Biblical Studies

Eden is a Temple

The tabernacle and the temple were littered with cosmic symbolism. When the Torah was read in their midst, the Israelites would hear of Adam and Eve walking with God, and they would look up and see the curtains and realize that at their present time there is a veil keeping them protected from the glory of God.

Research Fellowship - Philosophy & Apologetics

Theology and Philosophical Method

Philosophy and theology are always intertwined. This is perhaps most clear when it comes to questions of method: how do we interpret what the Bible says or how do we arrive at the doctrines we should believe?

How have the tools of theology been put to work in an environment determined and developed by philosophy? To answer this, let’s look at one question and two traditions.

Christmas & Chalcedon - Theotokos Mary the God-bearer.

Christmas and Chalcedon – Part Two

The words “bearer of God” is the Greek word “theotokos.” It is sometimes translated as “Mother of God.” Protestant evangelicals are skeptical of confessing “Mother of God,” or “theotokos.” But if we rightly understand what the phrase means and why it is important, we should have no problem rejoicing in what Mary is doing as the mother of Jesus. Jesus is the eternal Son of God in the flesh.

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