Monthly Archives: February 2005

The Hypothetical Folly…

In contemporary discussions, the oft quoted passage of Hebrews six has been much debated. Contrary to common assumptions about the primary interpretation of this disputed passage, the Reformed tradition has not commonly assumed it as a hypothetical scenario. Rather, the … Continue reading

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The Redemption of the Land…

I will be terminating my contract with the internet cable in two weeks; this will limit my blog entries substantially. The computers here at RTS are not as blog friendly as I would like, so I may have to seek … Continue reading

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A two-week Sabbatical

Due to an enormous work load, my search for a part-time job, and a host of other things, I will not be posting for the next 2 weeks. See you all then.

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Alastair’s comments on Theonomy

Though I am committed to a theonomic view of ethics,  I appreciate Alastair’s critique, though excellent analysis of how theonomy helped him see the Christian world from “catholic” worldview.

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James White posted this link on his blog page and I thought some of my readers will find it quite interesting so here it is: FBI examines pastor’s sermons on abortion & homosexuality

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Patristic Fathers’ Quotations on Infant Baptism

With the prevalent discussion on Infant Baptist in the last few days at seminary I decided to post a link with several quotations testifying to the practice in the early church.

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Democracy the American Way!

Consider the fact that the US is trying to establish an American version of freedom or democracy in the Middle East. Now, consider the fact that Iraq doesn’t care one bit about subscribing to America’s definition of Democracy. As Richard … Continue reading

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Sinclair Ferguson on the Relationship between church and kingdom

What then is the relationship between the church and the kingdom? The theme of the kingdom is referred to 100 plus times in the gospels. Through Jesus the kingdom has broken through. Can the term basileia always be substituted for … Continue reading

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