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Charles Hodge On The Doctrine Of Redemption

“The Scriptures teach us that the Son of God, the brightness of the Father’s glory, and the express image of his person, who thought it not robbery to be equal with God, became flesh, and subjected himself to the very law to which we were bound; that he perfectly obeyed that law, and suffered its penalty, and thus, by satisfying its demands, delivered us from its bondage, and introduced us into the glorious liberty of the sons of God. 135 more words

Reformed Theology

Recovering The Scandal Of The Cross- Book Processing

When we speak of the atonement doctrine we must understand that it is rooted in the core of the Christian testimony.

“Christianity proclaims not merely that Christ died, but that his death had significance for the otherwise apparently absurd course of human history. 995 more words

Fuller Theological Seminary

How Much Did the OT Writers Know? (2): The Spectre of Bibliological Eutychianism

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

Our Lord Has Come!/Come, Lord!

μαρὰν ἀθά/μαρανα θα

מרנא תא                 מרן אתא

μαρὰν ἀθά                   μαρανα θα

maran ‘athâ                maranâ thâ

Our Lord has come!      Come, Lord!

 Textually, you can’t get more interesting than this. 781 more words


The Scriptures

It often happens that those who hear the gospel doubt whether it is really the Word of God.  Having been taught, from infancy, to regard it as a divine revelation and knowing no sufficient reason for rejecting it, they yield a general assent to its claims.  354 more words


God's Omnipresence: Some insights from the nineteenth century

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


What Did the OT Writers Know? Another Controversy Erupts at WTS

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