Monthly Archives: April 2006

An Attempt to Criticize Rushdoony Fails Again…

Chris Ortiz delivers a blow on Theonomy’s enemies.

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Paedocommunion Revisited

My friend Adam has a great post on paedocommunion.

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Christianity and Capitalism

Central to the wealth motif found abundantly in Moses’ writings, is the source of all wealth. Deuteronomy 8:18 says: “Remember the LORD your God, for it is he who gives you the ability to produce wealth.” All wealth comes from … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Jesus and Self-Mastery from Titus

Titus’ qualifications of a sound church composed of sanctified believers in chapter 2 verses 1-10 finds its ultimate fulfillment in Christ. Christ is as Reggie Kidd has written “a case in self-mastery.” He possessed integrity and incorruptibility (vs.7). But beyond … Continue reading

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Michael Horton on the Sacraments

 I first came across Professor Horton’s classic work: Putting Amazing back into Grace several years ago in Pennsylvania while attempting to come to some conclusion on the debated topic of Predestination. Horton’s comments and humor were the perfect antidote to … Continue reading

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Seminary coming to a close…

I will not be posting for a few days due to numerous papers and exams ahead. May the Lord bless you this Easter.

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Quote, R.J. Rushdoony.

Five Point Calvinism represents an important development of the implications of God’s sovereignty and is in this respect in the mainstream of theological development. However, contemporary Five Point Calvinism has reduced the faith too often to these abstractions and lost … Continue reading

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