Dr. Ryan Reeves (Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary): I have known Denise for years, first as a student and now as a fellow educator. I have always enjoyed her ability to take complex ideas and make them accessible to everyone. I recommend her work to anyone interested in studying the Word beyond the basics.
Michael Callen: Thanks very much for your site and the content that you post. You have a wonderful way of taking the inaccessible and putting it within reach. Most, if not all, of the topics addressed are “lightning rod” issues. Often when I’m reading or researching such topics, the information is hard to digest. Not always because of the content, but more often because of the tone. People often write to show that they are right, rather than to gently guide people toward a better understanding. Kudos to you because this better way of gentle communication is right in your wheelhouse. Thanks again!
Grant G. (Canada): I can always count on Redemptive Theology to combine excellent historical scholarship with practical biblical exegesis to create very applicable study material that is accessible both for pastors and for lay-people, and is solidly within the Reformed Theological tradition.
Raymon H. (Netherlands): I really love the things I read here. Christ-centered theology. Where the Old Testament is clearly connected with the New Testament and the NT is a lens where the OT can be interpreted rightly. Also the historic and cultural view and context are really giving great insights and meaning to the text. I am not a scholar myself but I love theology. English is my 2nd language but even for me it was academic, but the way it is written makes it easy to read for ordinary people like me. And that’s what I really like! It’s accessible. But besides “head knowledge” it sets my heart on fire. Just like those two guys on their way to Emmaus where Jesus met them and opened the scriptures for them. And that’s what theology in the end is all about. To love Him more and to see His beauty.
Nydia J. (USA): I love this website. Lay people need insightful well-researched information presented in a way that is interesting and easy to understand! The depth of knowledge and depth of spiritual insight are added manna to my soul.