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Knowing Jesus Through the Old Testament

(The following is a book review of  Christopher Wright’s  Knowing Jesus Through the Old Testament.)

In the second century A.D., Marcion of Sinope was rightly declared a heretic for rejecting the Old Testament scripture and declaring that the New Testament had a different God than the Old. 5,185 more words


JD's Post-Debate Thoughts: Embers of a Dying Fire

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Week 15 of 50 in the Institutes: Calvin Neither a Theonomist Nor a Postmillennialist

Many in the Reformed camp like to claim Calvin as an adherent to their particular pet doctrines, and since there hasn’t been a lot of discussion generated by previous blogs, I thought I would stir the pot with a couple of observations. 834 more words

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Theology Thursday: What is Theonomy?

What is theonomy? Why does it keep coming up in Reformed debates?

The strictest definition of theonomy is “the application of God’s Law.” As Christians, we should… 882 more words

On Toleration

Given the amount of misinformation surrounding the new Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), I think it might be good to speak to the matter of toleration, and surprisingly (for many), it is not necessarily the good that we think. 1,286 more words

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Brother’s Keeper

Editor’s Note. This article was originally written by Fred Butler and posted at Hip and Thigh and is being reposted here with permission.

What I am about to state here is raw and blunt. 1,002 more words

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Theonomy, a Reformed Baptist Assessment

by Sam Waldron

Section 1: Introductory Considerations

I. A General Description of “Theonomy”

A. Major Sources

1. Rousas J. Rushdoony

Theonomy, or as it is also called, Christian Reconstruction, has for its father R. 291 more words

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