In his new book Reading Barth With Charity, George Hunsinger gives us a rather succinct summary of the Trinity-Election debate … Continue reading Trinity/Election and the Doctrine of Antecedence
There was once a day when most theology books were written in order to elicit a worshipful response from the … Continue reading Rejoicing in Christ
Michael Horton is the J. Gresham Machen Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologetics at Westmister California. He is author of … Continue reading Atonement & Ascension – Notes on Michael Horton’s LATC15 Presentation
It seems like a simple question, which doesn’t have a very simple answer: Can Christians and churches be catholic and … Continue reading Reformed and catholic!?!?
Christmas is the best time of the year to make lists! Santa Claus is checking his list of kids who … Continue reading Top Ten Books of 2014
If Al Gore had become President of the United States, America would not have gone to war in Iraq. If … Continue reading Middle Knowledge & Geerhardus Vos
A lot of criticisms leveled against penal substitution (PSA) are based upon the fact that PSA is far to commercial … Continue reading Geerhardus Vos on Atonement
It has been said that justification by faith alone is the doctrine on which the church stands or falls; on … Continue reading Happy Reformation Day!
Yesterday in our mini-series on the Calvinist version of predestination we took a look at how Calvin responded to some … Continue reading The Benefits of Believing in Predestination
Yesterday I started a several day long mini-series on the Calvinist version of predestination. Today I want to tackle the … Continue reading What is Predestination?