Accepting Words but Rejecting Sense

Francis Turretin's Institutes of Elenctic Theology contains a very helpful section on the differences between essential vs. non-essential doctrines. In article XXII...

Meet Moonshine

Last night we brought home a kitten and decided that the progressive, tolerant, humanitarian thing to do is not to force...

The Patience of God

Slowness to anger, or admirable patience, is the property of the Divine nature. As patience signifies suffering, so it is not...

The Character of Christ’s Obedience

Murray has beautifully captured the character of Christ’s obedience in four terms: its inwardness, its progressiveness, its climax, and its dynamic.6 By...

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