Daily Archives: March 14, 2007

Honoring Bruce Waltke and Roger Nicole

Reformed Seminary this morning honored two of the greatest theologians alive: Drs. Bruce Waltke and Roger Nicole. Roger Nicole spoke of an experience he had over 70 years ago as he applied for a professorship in the University of Paris. … Continue reading

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This is My Body: A Reformational Comparison of Calvin and Luther’s Sacramentology, Part VI CONCLUSION

Calvin and Luther had many things in common. Both believed firmly that the Eucharist was a means of grace. 1 The elements nourished the believer and prepared them for their labors in the Lord. Calvin says that the Eucharist is … Continue reading

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Ron Paul for president!

I was pleased to hear this morning that one of my heroes, Ron Paul, has announced his bid for the White House. See Article

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Bruce Waltke and Roger Nicole

Reformed Seminary this morning honored two of the greatest theologians alive: Drs. Bruce Waltke and Roger Nicole. Roger Nicole spoke of an experience he had over 70 years ago as he applied for a professorship in the University of Paris. … Continue reading

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This is My Body: A Reformational Comparison of Calvin and Luther’s Sacramentology, Part VI CONCLUSION

Calvin and Luther had many things in common. Both believed firmly that the Eucharist was a means of grace. ((See Stephen Nichols’ discussion on page 124 in Martin Luther: A Guided Tour of His Life and Thought.)) The elements nourished … Continue reading

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