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 Articles on Theology


  Who is the Wretched Man?

  A Critical Evaluation of Genesis One

  Sang Kancil Theology: A Search for Contextualised Theology

      in Johor Bahru, Malaysia

  Christianity and Intellectual Freedom

  Examining the Theology of the Word-Faith Movement

  Can God Suffers?

  The Divine Suffering of God

  Easy Believism

  Atonement: 4 Views

  The Chinese Perception of God as Punisher-Rewarder

  Living Our faith in the Asian Context (Sherman Kuek)

  Holy Communion is Communion

  The Prophecies come true at the Birth of Christ

  Random Musings on Mode of Baptism 

  Amir Aczel, The Jesuit and the Skull

  Jacobs, A.J. (2007) The Year of Living Biblically: One Manís Humble Quest to Follow the Bible as Literally as Possible. New York: Simon & Schuster

The Genesis Genealogies Code

Abraham Park (2009), The Genesis Genealogies (Hong Kong: Periplus Editions Ltd).

Abraham Park was the moderator of the General Assembliy of the Presbyterian Church of Korea, Hap-dong Conservative. Basing on Deuteronmy 32:7 "Remember the days of old, consider the years of all generations. Ask your father, and he will inform you, your elders, and they will tell you," Abraham relates the Mosaic words "days of old" and "years of generations" to the ten genealogies in Genesis.

Taking each genealogy in turn, Park examines the names of the people, the duration of their lives and the order in which the names appears. Then he draws the fascinating conclusion that each of the ten genealogies reveals God's divine administration of redemption. That is, in each genealogy, there is the recurrent pattern of the fall of man, repentance and God's salvation.

Finding the hidden message in the genealogies is almost as exciting as reading the Da Vinci Code and equally as fascinating.


Evangelicalism and World Domination?

Book Review of Volf Miroslav's Allah: A Christian Response





Online Resources

 Notes on N.T.Wright

 The Historical Figure of the Beloved Disciple in the 4th Gospel (Ben Witherington)

 Social Trinitarianism 

The Wright Brothers (in Christ) Scot McKnight says N.T. Wright and Christopher Wright show the future of theology (2008).







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