“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?
W.G.T. Shedd commenting on Origen (underlining mine): “At the same time he [Origen] was always ready to attempt the difficult … Continue reading Enterprising Class of Theologians
As one becomes more familiar with the Reformed Tradition, their particularly pernicious form of irenicism and catholicity is not so … Continue reading A Startling catholicity
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)
This, from Charles Hodge: “The true method in theology requires that the facts of religious experience should be accepted as … Continue reading Two Theologies
John Davenant writes in his A Dissertation on the Death of Christ (underlining mine): “Lastly, our own Divines, who do … Continue reading A Special Intention
Charles Hodge writes: “The Mediator between God and man must be sinless. Under the law the victim offered on the … Continue reading Creosote of Calumny