Daily Archives: December 16, 2009

Inner vs. Outer Man

The point, as Leithart observes,  is not that there is no distinction between “inner and outer.” The idea is that there is no “impermeable membrane between my inner life and outer life.” What happens within us come to outer expression and … Continue reading

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Liturgical Protestantism

Leithart concludes: I have a dream: My dream is that Confessional Protestants, having devoted themselves to their rites and hymnals, having assembled for Eucharist and common prayer, having studied to be irrelevant, will find that their trumpets have brought down … Continue reading

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Repenting of our Questions

Leithart is one of those who dares reconsider in light of Scriptures the traditional Westminsterian understanding of baptism and its efficacy. For Leithart, there is much work to be done, especially when it comes to the questions we ask concerning baptism. He writes … Continue reading

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