“Mar Johanan, the Nestorian bishop, when solicited by high-churchmen to separate himself from non-prelatical Christians, exclaimed, ‘All who love the … Continue reading Mere Christendom?
This quote is from A.A. Hodge’s Outlines of Theology (Chapter XVIII entitled, “The nature of sin and the sin of … Continue reading Demanding Submission and Defying Solution
“In all churches a distinction is made between the terms upon which private members are admitted to membership, and the … Continue reading Credible profession vs grilling by the session
From A.A. Hodge’s Outlines of Theology: 22. If Christ died only for His own people, on what grounds does the … Continue reading A.A. Hodge: Heretic (1)
A.A. Hodge writes similarly to how Loraine Boettner and R.L. Dabney wrote in my “The Reformed Doctrine of Predestination (5),” … Continue reading A.A. Hodge’s Outlines of theology (3)
A.A. Hodge, in his Outlines of Theology (“attributes of God” heading; “absolute goodness of God subheading”) writes the following: “71. … Continue reading A.A. Hodge’s Outlines of theology (2)
There are many false religionists — specifically tolerant Calvinists — who are very fond of feigning humility and love, by … Continue reading Judging in light of humility, love, and charity