Category Archives: DG Hart

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

Non-Westminster Catechism

Speaking of creating a new catechism… I’m in favor of revising confessions and catechisms, in principle. For instance, I think we could use some language about male ordination. And how about nailing down IAOC? It would be nice to replace … Continue reading

Posted in Catechesis, Compare and Confess, Confessionalism, Confessions, DG Hart, Education, Family, Links, New City Catechism, Old Life, Spiritual discipline, Tim Keller | 12 Comments

Religious Bigotry, Like Sin, Is an Equal Opportunity Affliction, or Toward a Better Anti-Catholicism

Much of the brouhaha over Jason Stellman’s development has garnered a lot of chatter over the Catholic-Protestant divide, the sound of a squeaky wheel being reinvented.  In the process, strong language tends to give way to incivility. Even those of … Continue reading

Posted in American Conservative, DG Hart, History, Protestant piety, Protestantism/Catholicism | 18 Comments

Two Kingdoms Is Protestant

With all due respect to my fellow Outhouser who approvingly linked us to Carl Trueman’s response to Jason Stellman’s developed views, there is a better way to assess the correlation between those views and two kingdom theology. The latter is … Continue reading

Posted in DG Hart, Links, Old Life, Spirituality of the Church, Two-kingdoms | 116 Comments

One Lord, One Baptism, One Sentiment

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

Posted in American Conservative, Church and State, Civil religion, Compare and Confess, Conservatism, Culture War, Culture-of-life, DG Hart, evangelicals, History, Quotes, Transformationism, Two-kingdoms | 47 Comments

Preaching on the Plains

As OHS DGH has noted, there is something peculiar about the OPC that causes it to write histories of itself. I am pleased to announce another data point on that arc; Preaching on the Plains, the memoir of David K. … Continue reading

Posted in Books, DG Hart, History, Links, Machen, Outhouse news, Outhouse Quick Hits, Plugs, Protestant preaching, Quotes, Resources | 1 Comment