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Reforming Calvinism, pt. 5: Total Depravity

This is the second post in my effort to recast the first of the five points of Calvinism, ‘Total depravity’ in an Evangelical Calvinist way. If you have not done so already, I would recommend that before proceeding you read the previous entries in this series here:  1,157 more words

Evangelical Calvinism

Bishop Athanasius Usuh Passes On To Glory... Read His Brief Profile

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News

Sin Is Not A Legal Problem - Athanasius and the Atonement | Glory to God for All Things

I often struggle when people speak of their “sins.” Indeed, it is not unusual to be asked, “Is ___ a sin?” The question always makes me feel like a lawyer. 45 more words

Theology

Athanasius: "death been conquered and branded for what it is"

“…men who, before they believe in Christ, think death horrible and are afraid of it, once they are converted despise it so completely that they go eagerly to meet it, and themselves become witnesses of the Savior’s resurrection from it. 157 more words

Religious/Theological Reflections

The Fathers, the Reformed, and the Orthodox Say 'No' to Eternal Trinitarian Subordination

As a follow-up to my last post concerning the view held by some evangelical theologians regarding the eternal relations of authority and submission between the Father and the Son in the immanent Trinity, I thought that I would cite a section from T.F. 1,136 more words

T.F. Torrance

Response to Bruce Ware concerning ERAS

Although I have not contributed anything to the debate concerning the eternal functional submission (EFS) or eternal relations of authority and submission (ERAS) between the Father and Son, I though that I would respond to some of the things that Bruce Ware just posted over at Secundum Scripturas in defense of his view. 1,609 more words

Athanasius

Our only comfort in life and death

As I write this I am preparing for another round of medical tests to try and determine the health issues that have been plaguing me, sometimes to a debilitating extent, for the last couple of years. 1,090 more words

T.F. Torrance