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Letters from a Calvinist: Part One

1.  A Story to Begin

As they walked along the street, the man and the woman were conversing.  It was a blustery, cold day in Minnesota, but that didn’t bother these two.  1,480 more words

Reformed Theology

Briefly, What Is Repentance?

A correct understanding of repentance is absolutely necessary for biblical Christianity but there appears to be a good deal of confusion concerning the word.

So what exactly does repentance mean for the Christian? 230 more words


Have you not known? Have you not heard?

The nations rail against God’s people and His Christ. The unbelievers want to destroy the true and living God and His people and seek to remove His landmarks and the testimonies of His people and believe that they can shut the mouths of His servants, close their church doors, remove all crosses and Ten Commandments from eyesight, remove any reference of God in Christ from the public schools and arena but they are “blind and cannot see afar off” that it is He that holds each cell in the universe and each breath in the nostrils of men. 1,073 more words


LNT RoundTable #1: Dispensationalism and Covenant Theology

Chance and I sat down with Late Night Theology contributors, Jay Sawrie and Dylan Justus to discuss Covenant Theology and Dispensationalism.


Faith and Works

You see that a person is justified by works and not by faith alone (James 2:24, LEB).

Some readers, looking at this verse, have come to the conclusion that James is teaching that our Justification, or being made right before God, depends upon our obedience and good works.

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1 Corinthians 11 and the Eternal Generation of the Son

1 Corinthians 11 is a controversial passage where Paul deals with the issues regarding the custom of wearing head coverings during the early church – a practice probably observed by all local churches of antiquity or, more likely, restricted to the locality of the church in Corinth. 1,436 more words

Theology And Christian Living