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THE THEOLOGICAL HINGE ON WHICH ALL TURNS

THE THEOLOGICAL HINGE ON WHICH ALL TURNS

“There are few books which written over 400 years ago are still applicable today; Martin Luther’s masterpiece, The Boncage of the Will, is one of those books. 512 more words

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T4G Reflections: John Piper

I thoroughly enjoyed my time at Together for the Gospel 2016. I have also enjoyed reflecting upon some of the messages I heard over those three days, and I have posted some brief articles on a number of them (see my “T4G Reflections” articles). 701 more words

General Musing

After the Fall, Is Human Will Free or Fettered?

Introduction & Thesis Statement

Humans are created in the image of God (Genesis 1:27). As such, humans are volitional beings, but that volition (or will) has been affected by the entrance of sin into creation (Genesis 3:6). 4,611 more words

General Musing

Making an ASS out of U and ME

By Paul Koch

Many years ago, I experienced a sort of enlightenment of self-awareness. It was one of those moments when you find yourself in a position to be able to step back and examine yourself and make new assessments that will impact your life. 745 more words

Hope

Try Not to Judge This Blog

By Bob Hiller

Your Bible is bursting at the seams with metaphors aimed at delivering God’s love for you in Christ to your ears and hearts. 1,209 more words

Hope

A Theology of the Cross Makes Things Fun!

By Paul Koch

Do you remember when church was fun? I do.

Truth be told, I was always that kid in the back of the class with a few other deviants who spent most of their time joking around rather than paying close attention. 806 more words

Living Word

Recovering the Virtue of Lying

By Bob Hiller

OK, I will do my best not to bore you with the details of this week’s sports setup. This past week, after losing to Oregon in the NCAA Tournament, Duke’s head coach, Mike Krzyzewski, was caught on camera having a long conversation with opposing player Dillon Brooks. 1,076 more words

Proclamation