Monthly Archives: August 2004

Theocentrism vs. Anthropocentrism

One common and constant reaction in Reformed circles is to distance oneself from an anthropocentric theology. We are rather more concerned about pontificating theological ideas into the ethereal world of abstractions. Of course, abstract theology is the foundation of true … Continue reading

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Seminary begins with Richard Pratt

For some reason or another I have not had a chance in the last two weeks to post anything. An unexpected event called “Charley” had the audacity to interrupt my perfect schedule. As one witty fellow has said before: “We … Continue reading

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A Brief Response to a friend concerning Christian Liberty and Evangelism

You wrote: You did not respond to my conjecture that you are referring merely to the abuse of something as an excuse for avoiding it. If someone was falsely assured, it is the preacher who is in condemnation as a … Continue reading

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On American History, Quote 1

In questions of power…let no more be heard of confidence in man, but bind him down from mischief by the chains of the Constitution. –Thomas Jefferson

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Should Christians vote for Bush?

This may be an easy question for Christians to answer, but should it be that easy? In this article which appeared on intellectualconservative.com a few months ago, the writer analyzes the Bush administration and brings to the surface facts that … Continue reading

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Charles Finney: Revivalism and False Assurance

It is generally agreed among scholars that Charles Finney brought into the American culture the definitive catechism of revivalism. Its affects are lasting and still endure in evangelicalism. Not only was there a denial of the monergistic work of the … Continue reading

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