The controversy regarding the forced “retirement” of Westminster Theological Seminary Old Testament Professor Doug Green continues unabated. After an initial flurry of posts in the blogosphere (e.g., … 2,218 more words
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I am currently carrying out research into the whole area of what we call divine immanence and divine transcendence. I found that the way most nineteenth century evangelical theologians spoke on these issues gave a slightly different perspective and below I share a few examples of this. 1,618 more words
By now the news has spread regarding the forced “retirement” of Dr. Douglas Green, Professor of Old Testament at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. After being examined in 2009 by the WTS Board regarding his view of the institution’s “Affirmations and Denials Regarding Recent Issues” (a… 2,656 more words
“He gives up working in his own strength, and sees, what he wonders he never saw before, that the Christian virtues are really graces—that is, gifts; …that it is the Holy Spirit, purchased and sent by Him, who changes the heart, and convinces of sin, righteousness, and judgement; that faith, repentance, joy, peace, humility, and meekness are the fruits of that Spirit, and not the products of our own evil hearts…”–Charles Hodge “The Way of Life” (Banner of Truth) p.