The idea brought forth by those who claim that we who hold to God's sovereignty in all things are similar to the Greek pagans is without warranted. As Ronald Nash states in his book The Gospel and the Greeks, these so called gods were limited by their own weakness both physical and moral. Not to...
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Hey everyone, hope you are all doing well.
I have debated writing about this issue on my heart because I feel a tad guilty for saying it.
Throughout my years of knowing the Lord, I have heard multiple people say “The Lord spoke to me...”, “God showed me a sign...”, “The Lord lead me this way...”. I know that sometimes this can be skeptical but I do believe the Lodd speaks to us, most of...
The President's new pick for the Supreme Court had me thinking even more about the serious lack of Reformed theology in positions of intellectual power. Four out of five of the President's nominees were Roman Catholic and only one was vaguely evangelical, though not Reformed to anyone's knowledge. Why is it the case that there seem to be virtually no bright young Reformed Protestants...
Curious on feedback for the below article. I am relatively new to the Reformed Faith and to Covenant Theology (CT).
The below article advocates the 1689 Federalism View of CT. Their argument seems to be decent, but it defines the COG as only including the New Covenant.
1. For my...
I first heard about Carl Jung in my Doctrine and Christian History classes in which he was introduced as a neo-gnostic occultist. Following my own research I discovered that he was born into a Christian home, but rejected the faith and started to worship Abraxas (gnostic god). In fact he wore a gnostic ring with a serpent on it and is praised as one of the heads of the New Age...
Brethren, good day. I am curious to hear your methods of approaching studying. When reading theological works, do you take notes and then review them? Do you underline, mark, or highlight passages as you read through it, and then review them? I am personally a note taker. I take a plethora of notes and then review. I have heard that highlighting as you read through, then copy the notes, and...
Is There A Consensus on Reformed View Regarding translation and Sources?
I do not think that the LBCF addresses the issue of which textual sources, and which English translation is to be seen as being the real ones for use, as it seems to address the concept of the Originals themselves being inspired and without any errors/mistakes in them.
Does the LBCF speak to the broader issues of which...
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