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The Benefits of Believing in Predestination

Yesterday in our mini-series on the Calvinist version of predestination we took a look at how Calvin responded to some objections to his doctrine of predestination. 301 more words


The Divine and Human in the Bible By B. B. Warfield

Another article by B. B. Warfield on the inspiration of the Bible.  In the article Warfield discusses both the Divine and the human elements in the Bible:


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Book Review: Deviant Calvinism (Broadening Reformed Theology) by Oliver D. Crisp

Deviant Calvinism: Broadening Reformed Theology by Oliver D. Crisp

Oliver Crisp’s latest book, Deviant Calvinism: Broadening Reformed Theology, is an attempt to demonstrate that the Reformed tradition is much broader and wider than it is commonly characterized. 276 more words

John Frame: To What Does the Apologist Appeal?

On Wednesday I expressed some frustration with my recent reading of John Frame’s Apologetics to the Glory of God: An IntroductionBut three points really did stand out to me, and have occupied my thinking a great deal since I finished the book. 543 more words


BLC 84-86: The Moral Law

In this section of the Baptist Larger Catechism, we begin Ch. 19 in the 1689 London Baptist Confession on the moral law. This section consists of an expansion of questions 45 and 46 in the  267 more words

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