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Category: Theology

Ten Books To Buy Yourself or Someone Else for Christmas

Seth Troutt / November 25, 2020

If you’re tempted to dive into the “new year new me” hysteria, look no further for all the help you need. Leaders are […]

15 Great Theology Books Under 150 Pages

Seth Troutt / November 5, 2018

Need some recommended reading or stocking-stuffer ideas? All people are theologians, that is, we all have opinions about who God is and how […]

Why Doesn’t the Apostle Paul Speak Against Slavery?

Luke Simmons / September 21, 2018
ephesians, slavery

In Ephesians 6:5-9, the Apostle Paul shows how a Spirit-filled life gives new challenge and meaning to both bondservants (slaves) and masters. For […]

When Should Wives Resist Their Husband’s Leadership?

Seth Troutt / August 31, 2018
ephesians, marriage

The book of Ephesians documents and applies the comprehensive reign of God in Christ. In Ephesians 5:22-33 Paul brings this reality to bear […]

The Lord of the Rings and the Perseverance of the Saints

Seth Troutt / February 5, 2018

The Lord of the Rings Trilogy is a beautiful parable of the Christian life. After all, a dominant theme used in the New […]

Affirming Predestination Does NOT Deny These 4 Truths

Luke Simmons / January 29, 2018
election, evangelism, mission, prayer

This past Sunday I preached from Ephesians 1:5-6 on how God “predestined us for adoption.” (Watch/Listen here) I’ve had a number of very […]

The Whole Counsel of God?

Seth Troutt / September 7, 2017
drama, research team, story

*this blog post was put together by the Gateway Theology & Research Team. If you would like information about being on the team, […]

What is an Apostle?

Seth Troutt / April 23, 2017
apostle, leadership, polity

In our sermon series on the book of Acts, we see the topic of apostles come up on a regular basis. What does […]