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
Here is a piece of slanderous Lewisian spittle-fleck on the Psalms: “The ferocious parts of the Psalms serve as a … Continue reading C.S. Lewis: Spittle-Fleck on the Psalms
“Bel boweth down, Nebo stoopeth, their idols were upon the beasts, and upon the cattle: your carriages [were] heavy loaden; … Continue reading Reformed Radio Flyer Wagon
“But then, indeed, not knowing God, you served as slaves [to] the ones by nature not being gods” (Galatians 4:8; … Continue reading Which by nature are no gods
“It is easier to see how God blesses the world through farmers and milkmaids than through Madison Avenue advertising executives … Continue reading Lawful Vocations?
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
Douglas Wilson posted “Why C.S. Lewis Would Not Have Liked Me Very Much” (9/15/2017). Wilson writes: “Those who have been … Continue reading Atrocities and Accommodations