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The Bible is About Jesus: Some Engagement with the Post-Reformed Orthodox and some "evangelical Calvinists"

It really is striking to move beyond the popular, and engage with the critical; particularly when it comes to theological matters (at least for me). I am continuing my trek through Richard Muller’s… 678 more words

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Barth the non-Arminian, and the Particularity of each Individual in Salvation

I wanted to briefly highlight something in the theology of Karl Barth offered up by some commentary provided by Tom Greggs. Barth believed individual people had particularity, that they weren’t objectified and swallowed up in the mass (so to speak) of an ostensibly metaphysical humanity; i.e. 509 more words

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Confession, Clarity, and Challenge

The Assertion of Liberty of Conscience By the Independents at the Westminster Assembly of Divines. Painted by John Rogers Herbert, R.A. (1810-1890)

Comprehending Scripture can be challenging. 909 more words


Redemption Day: 'Eschatological Evangelism' & the Intermediate State - Parts VI & VII

I’m feeling a little self-conscious that my posts for this topic are beginning to appear as if it’s as grandiose as the Star Wars saga… I suppose that’s the consequence of converting a 40 page paper into a series of blog posts. 3,232 more words


Karl Barth Quote

This was from Allan Bevere last week, for Barth’s birthday.

“Theology is not a private subject for theologians only. Nor is it a private subject for professors.

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Lingering in the Presence of God’s Beauty

This is the second in my series of posts reflecting on 10 years of our little Barth group held in Caronport, Saskatchewan! This one is compliments of Allen Doerksen. 845 more words

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