Daily Archives: March 16, 2007

The Incorrigible Son and the Implications for our Modern Era, Introduction

As a theonomist/theocrat, nothing is more critical than establishing a Biblical view of ethics. Throughout the Reformation, sermons were preached in Geneva 1 and in other parts of Europe attempting to establish an ethical system that would faithfully represent all of … Continue reading

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Update…

I have been inactive in the last three days due to an exegetical paper and a review of Vander Zee’s book on the sacraments. I will take some of these papers I have written recently and add them to the … Continue reading

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