Carl F. H. Henry on the Theistic Foundation of Knowledge

Carl F. H. Henry: “Human knowledge as human activity has its ultimate ground in God.  Such knowledge involves at once a knowledge of God, of the universe, and of human selves.  Since man is by creation a psychosomatic entity, his knowledge involves intuition, religious faith, psycho-introspection and -extrospection, as well as sense perception.  But what [Read More...]

G. K. Beale: God’s Sovereignty in Creation Leads to His Sovereignty in Judgment and Redemption

I recently read this little nugget in the dissertation of Wheaton New Testament scholar G. K. Beale, a work entitled The Use of Daniel in Jewish Apocalyptic Literature and in the Revelation of St. John (University Press, 1984).  Commenting on how the creation motif fits into the general flow of Revelation 4-5, Beale drops this [Read More...]


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