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Category Archives: Transformationism
Yes sir, yes sir, three posts full! (and probably more) The OPC is a bit of a black sheep of a denomination, so I guess it should be no surprise it would have some Woolley, but I had never heard … Continue reading
No, I’m not starting a magazine (can you imagine the swimsuit issue?), merely sharing a post from a blog I follow, Anonymous Doctor; in which a Doctor shares anecdotes from his work. Anonymously. In today’s episode, the good (but Anonymous) … Continue reading
This is so DGH, it’s not worth trying to Guess Who: An implicit assumption of faith-based politics is that people who hold the same religious convictions will, or at least should, look at the political order in similar ways. Some invoke … Continue reading
The Christian Curmudgeon wonders about the so-called “Christian world and life view.” Hurrah and hallelujah. But is it really true that if the Curmudgeon’s case is proved true that “…we will still need Christian schools, to counteract the stupidity and … Continue reading
Dale Ralph Davis, commenting on 1 Samuel 4, where the Israelites try to use the Ark of the Covenant as a lucky battle-charm, and end up losing it to the Philistines: In spite of Israelite enthusiasm (v. 5; in Israel’s … Continue reading
Wondermark is a webcomic I follow, and today’s episode (the latest in a short series) is worthy of tacking onto the moon-ventilated door of the Outhouse (Click it to view full size): For more on morally redeeming the things of … Continue reading
This from one of the geek blogs I read, in response to our recent Big Weather Events: English needs, I think, a word for “beliefs which are motivated by the terror of being powerless against large threats”. The (apparently atheist) author … Continue reading
Our old friend Kazooless has been serializing his talk from Hoagies & Stogies: Open Mic Night about the historicity of Theonomist thought throughout the Reformation. The fourth and latest installment has quotes from Calvin, which made me think in a … Continue reading
I don’t know if there are any regular visitors to the ‘house that are not already regular readers of OHS JJS’s Creed, Code, Cult, but just in case, you should know that we’ve been given a reading assignment: I’d encourage … Continue reading
I just finished T. David Gordon’s Why Johnny Can’t Preach. It’s a fantastic little book (and I mean little! scarcely 100 pages of fairly large print). Every English-reading protestant preacher in the world needs to read it — even those … Continue reading
In a previous post, I had wondered along with The Daily Standard’s Terry Easton, who simultaneously reviewed James Davison Hunter’s To Change the World and David VanDrunen’s Natural Law and the Two Kingdoms, why Hunter should be so aggrieved over … Continue reading
Terry Eastland at The Weekly Standard recently reviewed both David VanDrunen’s Natural Law and the Two Kingdoms and James Davison Hunter’s To Change the World, two books I am myself slowing eating. Eastland is equally impressed with the insight of … Continue reading
Brett McCracken has written a book called Hipster Christianity: When Church and Cool Collide. I haven’t read it but I have read excerpts and commentary on it. James Smith has read it, though, and is a bit critical. He seems … Continue reading