Category Archives: David VanDrunen

Advantage 2K

Since this nugget was quoted in none of the responses to DGH’s response to the response to the response to the…, I thought it would be good fodder for a discussion here in the ‘house. From DVD’s Nth level response … Continue reading

Posted in Applied Christianity, Christian life, Church and State, Culture, Culture War, David VanDrunen, DG Hart, Natural Law, Old Life, Ordained Servant, Quotes, Reformed piety, Two-kingdoms, W2K, Westminster Seminary | 19 Comments

New Audio Links

When someone gives me a sermon or lecture to listen to, I usually don’t. Well, I hope you’re not like me. Below are some links to some helpful 2K lectures. I’ve also added them to the “The Tempting Sounds” list … Continue reading

Posted in Brian Lee, Christ Reformed Church, David VanDrunen, DG Hart, Matthew Tuininga, Two-kingdoms, W2K | 1 Comment

Watch What You Say…

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

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We Can B Xuberant, 2 or Happy Belated April Fool’s Day

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

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Caught Between the Scylla and Charybdis

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

Posted in David VanDrunen, Pilgrim theology, Quotes, Reformed piety, Two-kingdoms | 76 Comments

Anyone? Anyone?

At 9Marks Mark Dever asks David VanDrunen for a tutorial on the complex but important topic of a church’s role in political society, and some seem to think the problems with R(eformed) 2K are obvious. Maybe one has to be … Continue reading

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Friday Fun

Or “VanDrunen in the Hands of an Anxious Kloosterman.” Either way it’s good reading to decompress on a Friday afternoon, perhaps even most of all for those of us who live and move mostly amongst the pagans in worldviewitisville.

Posted in David VanDrunen, Two-kingdoms | 29 Comments