Monthly Archives: May 2007

James Jordan speaks…

Biblical Horizons is one of my favorite Reformed on-line magazine. . In this series of articles Jordan writes about the dangers of what he calls “Amillenial individualism.” I have always sought for an expression that summarizes well the Reformed antipathy … Continue reading

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Ron Paul

My Ron Paul blog has been updated.

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A Review of Stephen Dempster’s Dominion and Dynasty

Dempster offers a superb analysis of the Hebrew Bible. Dominion and Dynasty supersedes other works in its field in the area of clarity. Unlike the chaotic English translation of Vos, who offered us over a century ago the first explicit … Continue reading

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The Hitchens Versus Wilson Debate…

I have followed in great detail the Hitchens/Wilson debate on Christianity Today. Thus far, they have posted the first five installments. Pastor Douglas Wilson continues the tradition of presuppositional apologetics defended by the great minds of the Reformed faith. In … Continue reading

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Back to reality…

After seeing many of my beloved friends graduate from RTS on Friday, spending the weekend with family, worshiping on the Lord’s Day, and feasting on some true American delights for a Memorial Day meal, I am finally back to Orlando-ready … Continue reading

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Prayer of the Faithful

O God, who are great and to be praised, who have brought us from corruption to incorruption by the life-giving death of your Christ, free all our senses from the death of the passions, setting over them as a good … Continue reading

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PCA Report on the Federal Vision, Part 2

The PCA Report states: The committee also understands that a major concern of the General Assembly at the present time pertains to the views of what has been called Federal Vision (FV) or Auburn Avenue Theology (AAT). I am not … Continue reading

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From Whom all blessings flow…

As I am finishing my last exam ( a take-home exam due on June 11th; yes, it is a Steve Brown exam) I cannot but stop and adore my faithful God. Once again He has shown Himself faithful, and I, … Continue reading

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Thoughts from the past…

Autonomy and Political Stupidity…

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Exam Week…

In light of exam week, I will not be posting until late this week. Shalom.

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Thoughts from the past…

Ok, one more thing before I leave for the weekend. In light of my recent punches at anti-FV proponents, I went back and found this short piece I wrote over 2 years ago…remarkably, I still agree with myself. Here is … Continue reading

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Back on Monday…

My wife and I are leaving to the beach for the rest of the week…back blogging on Monday. See my Ron Paul blog 

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Ron Paul answered Giuliani long ago…

Video: People say to Ron Paul: “We gotta go over there and fight them there because we do not want them here. Paul says there is a great fallacy to that logic, mainly because they came over here because we … Continue reading

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Order of Worship…

May, 13th, 2007 Order of Worship: order-of-worship-5-13-07.doc

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Anniversary!

My lovely wife and I are celebrating four years together today the 17th. God has blessed me beyond measure with a wife whose commitment and passion for God is a constant encouragement. May God be praised!

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Lew Rockwell on the Paul V. Giuliani exchange…

Lew Rockwell summarizes the Giuliani v. Paul debate…

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Response to Guy Waters…

Note: Since this paper has caused so many comments and since it has been quoted in other sites, I’d like to point out that Senior Seminar was a class where we reviewed certain important issues in the Reformed world. This … Continue reading

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Unbelievable!

Ron Paul finishes second in Republican debate, according to Fox.

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The Ron Paul Revolution continues…

Ron Paul clearly won MSNBC’s poll again. Will the media notice it this time? Anthony Gregory writes: Not only did he stand up against the New York fascist and not back down, only elaborating on the point beautifully, he did … Continue reading

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New entry on My Ron Paul Page…

New entry on my Ron Paul Page…Where’s Ron Paul’s name?

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Jerry Falwell dies at 73…

The voice of the religious right, Rev. Jerry Falwell has died today. The Rev. Jerry Falwell, who founded the Moral Majority and built the religious right into a political force, died Tuesday shortly after being found unconscious in his office … Continue reading

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False Accusations…

Barb writes about the most recent accusation towards Bishop Wright. This one comes from John Fesko and Richard Gaffin. Fesko has taught at RTS/Orlando some months ago and is a fairly kind professor, or so I am told. Nevertheless, he … Continue reading

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Presentation preparation…

It has been a long day. I have been working on my final presentation for Senior Seminar since 8 Am and finished it by 10PM. It might still need some revision, but it is the best so far. It includes … Continue reading

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Federal Vision…

In preparation for my final presentation in my Senior Seminar class on the Federal Vision, I have read hundreds of pages of material. Many of them were extremely helpful. My presentation will center on responding to Guy Prentiss Waters’ book … Continue reading

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The Return of the Village Atheist

I have taken some notes on a recent discussion between Gary Demar and my friend Joel McDurmon. Joel is the author of The Return of the Village Atheist. In this interview, they discuss atheism, Sam Harris’ new book (A Letter … Continue reading

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Update…

Mu Currently Reading page has been updated…

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On Atheism, Quote 1

The Christian faith is good for the world because it provides the fixed standard which atheism cannot provide and because it provides forgiveness for sins, which atheism cannot provide either. We need the direction of the standard because we are … Continue reading

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Ron Paul blog…

I have started a Ron Paul blog page. Visit here.

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The Wilson/Hitchen’s Debate, Part 2

Debate, part 2

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Resource…

Word Document with a chart for the minor and major prophets Click link: minor_prophets_chart1.doc Also visit my NEW WEBSITE: http://www.apologus.notsorry.net

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