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A reply to those who think Irenaeus is on their side in denying the Trinity

Reply to certain passages produced from Irenaeus. The meaning of Irenaeus.

27. In the many passages which they collect from Irenaeus, in which he maintains that the Father of Christ is the only eternal God of Israel, they betray shameful ignorance, or very great dishonesty. 484 more words

John Calvin

The preacher must recognize the inter-relation and mutual dependence of the Old and New Testaments

Coming now to those principles which are to guide the student in his efforts to interpret God’s Word, we place first and foremost the need for recognizing the inter-relation and mutual dependence of the Old and New Testaments. 380 more words

Arthur W. Pink

A form of sound words must teach the doctrine of Total Depravity

Now we hold, that a form of sound words must look upon man aright as well as upon God aright, it must teach that man is utterly fallen, that he is sinful, and for his sin condemned, and in himself altogether hopeless of salvation. 45 more words


what else does the Bible say? (women called to ministry)

“God doesn’t look at things like humans do. Humans see only what is visible to the eyes, but the Lord sees into the heart.” – …

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Live Like You Mean It

Unbreakable: What the Son of God Said About the Word of God, by Andrew Wilson

It’s not often you get to quote Spinal Tap when reviewing a book on Scripture. But the Rothko-minimalist front cover of Andrew Wilson’s latest offering can be best summed up by paraphrasing Nigel Tufnel: 634 more words


When the term 'God' is used, scripture sometimes refers to the Father and other times to the Son

The name of God sometimes given to the Son absolutely as to the Father. Same as to other attributes. Objections refuted.

24. The assumption, that whenever God is mentioned absolutely, the Father only is meant, may be proved erroneous by many passages. 1,033 more words

John Calvin

We are to cast away those doctrines that do not promote holiness in the soul

We think, also, that we may judge of the soundness of doctrine by its tendency. We can never think a doctrine sound, when we see plainly upon its very surface that it has a tendency to create sin in men. 113 more words