I received a copy of Philosophia Christi (The journal of the Evangelical Philosophical Society) in the mail today. It contains … Continue reading My Most Significant Publication Yet…
It is well known that some of Edward’s followers, sometimes known as the New Divinity, advocated for a view of … Continue reading Jonathan Edwards on the Atonement (Review)
Addressing “The Pattern of the Law for Piety,” John Calvin states that the law profits believers in two ways: 1) … Continue reading Reforming the Law: John Calvin and the Use of the Law in Geneva (Pt. 1)
One theme that emerges throughout Calvin’s works as well as some Calvin biographies is the importance he places upon ecclesiology. … Continue reading John Calvin & the Four Nicene Marks of the Church
Its that time again, time to win a free book! This time around I am giving away a free copy … Continue reading Book Giveaway – What is Reformed Theology?
In some circles being “reformed” is a badge of honor, elsewhere bearing that name is enough to get you blacklisted. … Continue reading What is Reformed Theology?
I recently came across a quote by Richard Muller (“Grace, Election and Contingent Choice” in The Grace of God, the … Continue reading Reformed Views on Predetermined Human Action
A few days ago I finished a book that was sent to me by Reformation Heritage Press titled Pentecostal Outpourings: … Continue reading Revival – Some Lessons from “Pentecostal Outpourings: Revival and the Reformed Tradition”
Pentecostal Outpourings! That definitely doesn’t sound like the title of a book which has a major emphasis on the puritans … Continue reading Pentecostal Outpourings: Revival and the Reformed Tradition
The latest volume of the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society is now out and in it you can find … Continue reading JETS Volume 58, No. 3