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FV, Shepherd, and where the bodies are buried

I’ve put off doing an autobiographical post on my relationship to the Federal Vision for quite a while.  Maybe for several reasons.  Too much blood still on the floor. 1,146 more words


Common Grace and the Gospel (review)

The Christian Philosophy of History

Metaphysically, we have all things in common with the unregenerate.  Epistemologically, we do not.

Universals of non-Christian thought are ultimately non-personalist. 733 more words

Book Review

“Just as it is not at all a matter of indifference whether a man be a murderer or a respectable citizen, even though from the point of view of Christianity both will be lost forever unless brought to Christ, so it is not a matter of indifference whether a man have a high or a low form of non-Christian interpretation.

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Over at Huffington Post Religion: A vegan Muslim Yogi's rational-irrational tension

Huff Post Religion is filled with a lot of junk some of which I have responded to in the past on this blog.  Three days ago there was this post titled “My Love Letter To Islam: Part 1.”  It caught my attention.   621 more words


Review of All Three John Frame’s Selected Shorter Writings Volumes

I have been immensely blessed by John Frame’s teachings.  Frame has written on a wide array of topics from apologetics, philosphy, theology, worship, Cornelius Van Til’s Presuppositional apologetics, theological education and ethics.   74 more words