Was Qumran the Cradle of Christianity?
A Critique of Johannes Lehmann's Jesus Report
Oct 1, 1974
From 1974: John Piper is currently completing his doctoral studies in New Testament at the University of Munich, Germany, where he began his work under the late Leonhard Goppelt. He is a graduate of Fuller Theological Seminary. A Glance at…
Teaching, Schooling and Reading
Sep 1, 1974
Good reading should be the vocation of a lifetime, not just an activity for school.
Misgivings About Hal Lindsay’s “Planet Earth”
Mar 1, 1974
Faith isn't nurtured by fitting tomorrow’s headlines into a probable scheme, but by being rooted in the faithfulness of God.
Does Fear Belong in the Christian’s Life?
Sep 19, 1973
How can we obey the command to “fear God” and yet “fear not”?
The Image of God
An Approach from Biblical and Systematic Theology
Mar 1, 1971
First, I examine the Old Testament teaching on the image of God, then the New Testament, and then I work out a systematic, theological definition.
The Opinion, v10 n3, pp. 5-6
Dec 4, 1970
I have often thought about how business went on as usual in Palestine while God was walking about her towns. I suppose most people of that time lived quite oblivious to the division of the history of creation. But then…
On the Possibility of Saying “I Love You, But I Don’t Like You”
The Opinion, v10 n2, pp. 5-7
Nov 10, 1970
The command to love is a call to the deepest and most thoroughgoing sanctification.
Devotion, Criticism and the Bible
The Opinion, v10 n1, p. 9
Oct 20, 1970
It's important to keep the intellectual study of Scripture together with heart application.
Book Review: A Mind Awake: An Anthology of C. S. Lewis
The Opinion, v9 n5, pp. 7-9
May 26, 1970
John Piper recommends a book "so good that you won't be able to finish it without putting it down."