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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
Since I’ve been really busy lately, I thought I’d take a break from Thesis Thursday. (Even though we’re in the home stretch — just three lectures left!) Everybody knows about Good Friday, the day of the crucifixion, but for a … Continue reading
Here’s Lane Tipton, from the CTC 2011 Highlights show: Is there any renovative feature at all — actual, consequential, conditional, potential — is there any renovative feature in Calvin’s doctrine of justification? Absolutely not. He is what makes the Roman … Continue reading
I think this explains a lot. From the most recent Office Hours, RSC is interviewing Horton about his joint For/Against Calvinism project with Roger Olson. At about 7:50 in the audio, RSC has this to say: Let’s focus a little … Continue reading
[HT Pooka] T. David Gordon is always worth reading, and Pooka sent me an email the other day with a link to his thoughts on Auburn Theology. Note that .doc is lecture notes, not an article, so the prose doesn’t … Continue reading