James Jordan speaks…

Biblical Horizons is one of my favorite Reformed on-line magazine. jordan21201.jpg. 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 towards the fleshiness of this world-the bread and the wine, political engagement, transformation of bricks into buildings and so on. I think Jim summarizes it well with this expression. In my estimation traditional Amillenarianism (( This is primarily found in the works of Michael Horton and others at Westminster Seminary in California)) has been detrimental to the furtherance of the Reformed worldview. Let us take heed to Mr. Jordan’s words.

Read the series of engaging responses to opponents of the Federal Vision.

About Uri Brito

I am the Pastor of Providence Church (CREC) in Pensacola, Fl.
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2 Responses to James Jordan speaks…

  1. Graham says:

    Uri, my friend, considering our recent encounters with the WTS/C crowd, ought we really consider their angle on Reformed Theology the norm? (with all due respect to my brothers in Christ there.)

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