Thomas Fuller reflecting on the implications of writing letters with insufficient circumspection regarding God’s providence. This is not an endorsement … Continue reading Providence in Parenthesis?
[Posts in “fictional conversations” are sometimes (but not always) adapted and edited from non-fictional correspondence. They are usually lightly edited … Continue reading Sanctified By A Furrowed Brow
A quote from the heretic, John Murray (all CAPS mine): “We must not think of regeneration as something which can … Continue reading An Adequate Approximation
John 16:22, your JOY no man doth take from you. Though some do contemn and slander the TRUTH. They judge … Continue reading Joyful or Jaded?
The English lexicographer and essayist Samuel Johnson (1709-1784) presents some species of idleness (laziness, indolence). [My comments interspersed; all underlining … Continue reading Diligent Indolence
Here is my transcription of a sermon (on Amazon’s Audible) on Hebrews 10:19-22 by John Piper — a man who … Continue reading A Jolting Juxtaposition
Here is how certain railers against the Truth (whether hypothetical or actual) might respond to God the Holy Spirit’s warnings … Continue reading Panderers of Porneia
I am NOT endorsing or promoting Francis Turretin as a true Christian when I quote from him, nor any other … Continue reading The Truth of the Thing
Sometimes a novel scheme of exegesis is simply wicked eisegesis driven by a cowardly credulity; a rejection of the God-breathed … Continue reading Novel Schemes of Exegesis
“Then spake Jesus to the multitude, and to his disciples, Saying, The scribes and the Pharisees sit in Moses’ seat: … Continue reading Observations On Hypocrisy