By James T. Collard There is a tremendous amount of controversy and misunderstanding surrounding the nature and function of the conscience today. A good example of this was seen in a 2009 article of Christian Century. The author stated that her alma mater (which was left unspecified) recently made a switch from using social security [...]
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The purpose of the Maranatha Baptist Theological Journal is to provide for our constituency, and for others who may be interested, articles from a Baptist, dispensational, and conservative theological position.
Hebrews 6:4-8 is one of the most difficult New Testament passages to interpret. Almost every article written on this passage begins with a statement of its difficulty.
This article will examine the concept and language of being “filled with the Spirit” in Luke and Acts and compare that with Ephesians 5:18, in order to demonstrate that these two fillings are not the same.
The purpose of this article is to explore how Origen’s predecessors viewed the relationship among the Godhead, and to examine if there was a developing theology prior to Origen.
Adoniram Judson is commonly called the “Father of American Missions.” Judson was the first minister of the gospel to depart from American shores in order to dedicate himself to the proclamation of Jesus Christ abroad.
This article features two book reviews: Paul R. Williamson, Sealed with an Oath—Covenant in God’s Unfolding Purpose and Andrew Himes, The Sword of the Lord: The Roots of Fundamentalism in an American Family.
Welcome to the first edition of the Maranatha Baptist Theological Journal. This peer-reviewed journal is the product of Maranatha Baptist Bible College and Seminary.
Maranatha has a rich and uncompromising heritage in Baptist fundamentalism. The duty to earnestly contend for the faith once delivered to the saints is part of Maranatha’s institutional fabric.