If words actually mean things, then Augustus Toplady judged John Wesley to be unregenerate: “It has also been suggested, that ‘Mr. … Continue reading An Artifice For Self-Defense
“A fool has no delight in understanding, but only in uncovering his heart” (Proverbs 18:2). Another quote from a prolific … Continue reading Humility In Discourse
Richard Baxter writes (this is not a blanket-endorsement of Baxter, nor a promotion of him as a true Christian; like … Continue reading Avoidance of Wanton Objects
On May 5, 1861 “the prince of the preachers for the prince of darkness,” one of the great theological prostituting … Continue reading A Blurb for Baxter
The prolific heretic, Richard Baxter correctly observes the pernicious potential of growing too familiar with wicked company: “The like danger … Continue reading Company: Delightful or Disgusting?
If words actually mean things, then Augustus Toplady judged John Wesley to be unregenerate: “It has also been suggested, that … Continue reading Commend the Truth, Defend the Lie
Not a blanket-endorsement of Richard Baxter (which is known to all who are acquainted with how I’ve berated poor Mister … Continue reading Clean Contrary