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The Teachings of Shirelle: Life Lessons from a Divine Knucklehead by Douglas Green

About: “Relish the day. If you’re not in awe, you’re just not paying attention.”

She hadn’t even been in the crowded pound a week, but she’d already developed a nickname, “Knucklehead.” As a puppy she destroyed property and precious clothes; as an adult she injured her owner, ruined romances… and changed the world-views of those around her. 228 more words

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What Does Republication Have to Do with Christotelic Hermeneutics? Quite a Lot, Actually

Those who have followed the Reformed blogosphere lately will likely have heard a lot of talk about two intramural controversies over Old Testament interpretation. What they may not realize, however, is just how much these two controversies actually have in common. 1,476 more words


Thoroughly Uncontroversial: Sinclair Ferguson on Christotelic Interpretation

Regular readers of TheEcclesialCalvinist blog are no doubt aware of the recent involuntary “retirement” of Westminster Theological Seminary Professor of Old Testament Dr. Douglas Green. Those still unfamiliar with this controversy can find my analysis  664 more words

Dr. Doug Green Affirmed by New Life Presbyterian Church Session

On his blog The Ecclesial Calvinist, Dr. Bill Evans of Erskine College has just posted a statement issued by the session of New Life Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Glenside, Pennsylvania, unanimously affirming the confessional orthodoxy of one of its Ruling Elders, Dr. 712 more words


What Did the OT Writers Know? Another Controversy Erupts at WTS

By now the news has spread regarding the forced “retirement” of Dr. Douglas Green, Professor of Old Testament at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. After being examined in 2009 by the WTS Board regarding his view of the institution’s “Affirmations and Denials Regarding Recent Issues” (a… 2,656 more words

Tailgating Just Got Better with Rib Shack Red

Being smack dab in the middle of football season can only mean one thing — wings and beer. But after weeks and weeks of touchdowns and interceptions, it’s time to switch it up. 144 more words

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