As one reads further and deeper into this diverse Reformed Tradition, the more damnable wickedness is discovered. And speaking of … Continue reading Tolerant Calvinist Characteristics (1)
So here is John Owen (1616-1683) denying the absolute necessity of Christ’s satisfaction to God’s holy law and justice (Owen … Continue reading Other Ways of Saving
G.H. Kersten (1882-1948) writes (not an endorsement of Kersten as a true Christian): “Augustine taught that those who were regenerated … Continue reading G.H. Kersten on Augustine
Here are some quotes from B.B. Warfield’s, Augustine & The Pelagian Controversy: “When Augustine comes to speak of the means … Continue reading Extenuation by Abstraction
Of historical interest: “The significance of the Westminster Standards as a creed is to be found in the three facts … Continue reading A Great Gulf Cleft
John Calvin writes: “But Ambrose, Origen, and Jerome, were of opinion, that God dispenses his grace among men according to … Continue reading “Augustine also was for some time of this opinion.”
In a sermon on Romans 9:9-13, a brother in Christ says: “So now I ask again: Why do you think … Continue reading Mystical Mitigation?