Daily Archives: October 28, 2009

On-Line Article (s) I Read Today, XI

Call it Stout, Though it isn’t by Eric Asimov (NYT) Don’t Build Up by Thomas Friedman (NYT)

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Christopher Hitchens vs. Douglas Wilson on Imus

Christopher Hitchens & Pastor Douglas Wilson On Imus

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Andrew Sandlin Responds to Horton

We should use the Bible as the Bible invites us to use it — and not impose on every passage a “theological interpretation” — no matter how pious and Christ honoring it may appear.

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Book Review of “Charles Hodge: A Look at the Life and Witness of the Great Princeton Theologian”

It is safe to say that the glory days of Reformed theology in the United States were most clearly present at Princeton Seminary. Dr. Robert W. Anderson– in his short biography— provides a look at the great Princeton theologian Charles … Continue reading

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The Church is our Mother

Paul writes that the Jerusalem above is our Mother. In our Lord’s Day assembly we are invited to the heavenlies. The Church is indeed our Mother, since heaven becomes our Mt. Zion and our New Jerusalem; our abode. This is … Continue reading

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