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Kyle Roberts

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Kyle Roberts (Ph.D. Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) is Associate Professor of Systematic Theology and Lead Faculty of Christian Thought, Bethel Seminary (St. Paul, MN).  His dissertation was on Søren Kierkegaard's theology of Scripture in the context of his religious epistemology.

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Theological Provocations

Masculine God, Feminine Spirit?

John Piper has caused a stir with his emphasis on "masculine Christianity." But the doctrine of God makes room for the feminine. Read More »

How Would Jesus Vote? Reflections on "Left, Right and Christ"

A new book shows us once again how Christians can share a Bible and share a Savior and yet differ starkly on social and political issues. Read More »

For Men Only? An Open Letter to Women in Seminary

Sometimes women find a mix of support, apathy and downright hostility at seminaries. Perhaps the best we can do is encourage them that they're loved, valued and needed. Read More »

"A Kind of Death"? Pat Roberston, Alzheimer's, and Human Nature

On Global Alzheimer's Day, Pat Robertson has given us reason to rethink our understanding of Alzheimer's disease and human nature. Read More »

Postmodernism: Still Alive, Still Prophetic

If we are really entering the twilight of postmodernism, there may still be time for evangelicals to learn its lessons. Read More »

John Stott, Hell and the Future of Evangelical Theology

John Stott's passing gives us pause to reflect on the future of evangelical theology. Can authenticity overcome controversy? Read More »

Recent Articles

Masculine God, Feminine Spirit?

John Piper has caused a stir with his emphasis on "masculine Christianity." But the doctrine of God makes room for the feminine. Read More »

How Would Jesus Vote? Reflections on "Left, Right and Christ"

A new book shows us once again how Christians can share a Bible and share a Savior and yet differ starkly on social and political issues. Read More »

For Men Only? An Open Letter to Women in Seminary

Sometimes women find a mix of support, apathy and downright hostility at seminaries. Perhaps the best we can do is encourage them that they're loved, valued and needed. Read More »

"A Kind of Death"? Pat Roberston, Alzheimer's, and Human Nature

On Global Alzheimer's Day, Pat Robertson has given us reason to rethink our understanding of Alzheimer's disease and human nature. Read More »

Postmodernism: Still Alive, Still Prophetic

If we are really entering the twilight of postmodernism, there may still be time for evangelicals to learn its lessons. Read More »

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