Here at The Evangelical Calvinist we like to emphasize God’s grace, ‘all the way down’ as it were. We see this a necessary course correction given the imbalance that has been present, in particular, in the Western enclave of the church; since at least the mediaeval period, and working its way through Reformation and Post Reformation Western Europe and finally to the shores of the Americas… 1,559 more words
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When your city is built upon violence, freedom is just another word for killing your brother. But when your city is built upon love, freedom is just another word for being your brother’s keeper.
If God told you to kill children, would you do it? (Two Thoughts on those Holy War passages in the Old Testament)
If God told you to kill children would you do it?
Quite a question, isn’t it? The answer should be an obvious “No”, right?
We’re studying the biblical book of… 1,229 more words
The 16th and 17th Century Reformed Covenantal Roots of the 21st Century evangelical and Reformed Theological Understanding of a 'Legally Strained' Gospel
When I can, I like to highlight where the legalistic character of the contemporary evangelical and Reformed faith came from. I realize that for many, maybe even most at this point, doctrine doesn’t really mean much these days for evangelicals; but there are still obviously large segments of evangelical Christians who actually do care about what they believe and why—so I write posts for folks… 1,879 more words