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Matthew Tuininga is doctoral candidate in Ethics and Society at Emory University in Atlanta, is currently writing his dissertation on John Calvin’s two kingdoms theory, and is licensed to preach in the United Reformed Churches of North America. He also blogs at … Continue reading
Here is a video that has been making the rounds lately. I have to admit, normally this kind of thing wouldn’t make so much as a blip on my own radar. True, one kind of revivalist publicly exposing another kind … Continue reading
More precisely, the virtues of human experience, intuition, and consensus may well outpace the impulse to reach for written revelation or philosophical argument in the public square. What I want to suggest here is that Calvin’s lack of a theoretical development … Continue reading
Anymore than we need the Bible to know stealing is wrong. But the Bible also seems to have something to say about physically enforcing the true religion and punishing everything else. Advocates of two kingdom theology are sometimes disparaged by … Continue reading
That was the quip my evangelical neighbor laid on me last night. Giving the dog her daily constitutional, I had stopped to exercise my porchiness with him and his wife. I said I liked that line and needed to write … Continue reading
Pastor Jim Cassidy contemplates two kingdom theology and concludes with a worry that it …may in fact cause Christians to lose their greatest apologetic and witnessing opportunities. This is because while the unbeliever and the believer may not have any … Continue reading
In response to David Noe’s recent pondering on whether it is all that accurate to speak of “Christian education,” Nelson Kloosterman thinks he’s being shot in the back. That seems a little dramatic. Others are enlisting Machen on the necessity … Continue reading
In the latest issue of Ordained Servant (with thanks to Old Life), David Noe is an Assistant Professor of Classics at Calvin College who, by way of exploring the differences between nouns and verbs and adjectives, seems to have arrived … Continue reading
This logo is the Outhouse’s two kingdoms answer to the Gospel Coalition’s transformationist hipness and spiritual exuber-o-sity. And it doesn’t stop there. Oh no, we may even transform the off-putting name of “Outhouse” into something more akin to “Adventures Foundation.” … Continue reading
David Van Drunen recently answered a few questions by Chris Cooper at “Credo’s” blog. One answer struck me as particularly insightful, very likely because it captures what my own sense was all those years ago as a smoldering wick within … Continue reading
Mark Mitchell at the Front Porch Republic wants to make an important distinction between patriotism and nationalistic exceptionalism. Drawing on Edmund Burke, the basic idea is that “…love naturally begins with the small, local, and personal and emanates outward from … Continue reading
The Christian Curmudgeon offers up some sane advice for those given to the immodest impulses of pietism and activism. So there you have it. If you experience “entertainment addiction,” here are two paths to recovery. Pietism: Confess, pray, read the … Continue reading
You may not be as conservative as ye think. Darryl Hart’s latest is, of course, good for an expanded commentary on what it means to be conservative in America. But for those looking for a more succinct but no less … Continue reading
Sorry, Dallas Willard, but now I know why I prefer the cinema to small groups.