Monthly Archives: August 2007

On the Evangelical Misconception of the Love of God

The evangelical world is plagued by love-o-mania. If you want to be a bit fancier you could say, Agapo-mania. The majority of people who believe in God today believe that He is a loving being. It is an undeniable fact … Continue reading

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Three Busy Sundays…

Tomorrow I will be teaching our Sunday School class on the topic of the Love of God. D.A. Carson’s little book: The Difficult Doctrine of the Love of God has been quite helpful. The 12th of August I will be … Continue reading

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links for 2007-08-05

Clear the Stage The Despicable Media (tags: debate elections ronpaul politics)

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Three Busy Sundays…

Tomorrow I will be teaching our Sunday School class on the topic of the Love of God. D.A. Carson’s little book: The Difficult Doctrine of the Love of God has been quite helpful. The 12th of August I will be … Continue reading

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On the Evangelical Misconception of the Love of God

The evangelical world is plagued by love-o-mania. If you want to be a bit fancier you could say, Agapo-mania. The majority of people who believe in God today believe that He is a loving being. It is an undeniable fact … Continue reading

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My Proverbs 31 wife…

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links for 2007-08-03

Audio Books And The Stigma Of Listening To Literature – Living Now on The Huffington Post An interesting debate. (tags: Reading) Separatist Puritans and Theonomic Ethics « Reformed Covenanter (tags: Theonomy/Reconstructionism) Whilin’ Away the Hours A Join Federal Vision Statement … Continue reading

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The Sacramental Theocrats are coming…

Scott Clark has long been a critic of the Federal Vision. He spouses the “retreatist” position of Westminster, California; who in turn spouses the defeatist position of the Platonic dualists. In a recent post, he notes: Theonomy, theocracy, Christendom revived … Continue reading

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Quotes from Ron Paul’s: Freedom Under Siege, part 2

From Paul’s introduction to Freedom Under Siege: The U.S. Constitution After 200 Years: America is no longer a bastion of freedom, prevailing ideology, grounded in economic ignorance and careless disregard for individual liberty, is nurtured by a multitude of self-serving, … Continue reading

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News…

I am currently preparing my schedule for next semester. I need one elective worth one credit and Professor John Frame has agreed to work with me through a study of Abraham Kuyper. This is certainly something to look forward to … Continue reading

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Books for Sale

I have sold many books on Half.com in the last 5 years. Here are the listing and prices of all the books currently listed. Prices range from $0.75-$10.00. Books range from theological to popular novels. Also see the fantastic deals … Continue reading

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