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Reformed Polemics for the Reformed Believer (II)

Polemics is the church’s warfare on behalf of the truth and against the lies that Satan raises against the truth. Polemics is a Reformed calling. This calling is explicitly commanded in Scripture: contend earnestly for the faith. 2,746 more words

Reformed Doctrine

The Recipe for Biblical Unity

“What is the Christian church? That is the question. You cannot discuss church unity unless you are clear in your mind as to what the church is.

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An Answer to the Question: Hasn't Communism Already Been Tried in Russia? (Or a Defense of "That Wasn't Real Communism")

This objection proceeds from the following presumptions:

  1. Fascism, Bolshevism, and communism (and, I assume, capitalism as well) are isms that can be tried in society and be shown to either work or not.
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On Leftism And Leftists

John Piper’s Perversion of Philippians 1:20-23 Part II

In the previous article we began to understand that John Piper failed to take into account the whole context of Philippians chapter one in his interpretation.  2,256 more words


John Piper’s Perversion of Philippians 1:20-23 Part 1

The prophets prophesy falsely, and the priests bear rule by their means; and my people love to have it so: and what will ye do in the end thereof? 2,548 more words


Michael Strauss: are Earth-like planets common in the universe?

Physicist Michael Strauss is one of my favorite speakers and scholars – he has a real love of experimental science which I find lacking in many Christian philosophers who seem to treat science (as opposed to  691 more words


Pro Rossiā: the deficient logic of the Skripal poisoning

I should imagine that almost everyone, myself included, when faced with truthful realities which contradict all of their more comfortable assumptions, will become uncomfortable or even hostile towards the one who brings such disorder, but today, I do not merely play the role of disorderly inquisitor, but ironically, that of heretic as well. 2,047 more words