Louis Berkhof and Reformed theology’s befuddlement over the religious aspirations and zeal of God-haters (cf. Romans 10:1-4). Berkhof gives his … Continue reading Religious Aspirations
“It should be understood, however, that Reformed theology does not, like Arminian theology, regard the doctrine of common grace as … Continue reading Differentiating Dragnets
“Having purified your souls in the obedience of the truth through the Spirit to unpretended brotherly love, love one another … Continue reading Herman Hoeksema on 1 Peter 1:23
This is a continuation of yesterday’s post. In that post I had written: “On July 31, 2012 Roger E. Olson … Continue reading Why Abhor That Which Glorifies?
On July 31, 2012 Roger E. Olson wrote an article called “Why is Jonathan Edwards considered so great?” My purpose … Continue reading Reformed and Facinorous Figment
In the Protestant Reformed Theological Journal (April 2019) Martyn McGeown wrote a piece called “Faith: A Bond, a Gift, and … Continue reading A Particular Form of Pernicious Peace-Speaking
J.I. Packer writes (not a promotion of Packer as a true Christian). “In the first place, they accepted the viewpoint … Continue reading Equivocation Tree