Daily Archives: January 19, 2010

The Federal Vision in Two Minutes or Less, Part III

Part I, Part II Douglas Wilson makes an important point that I would like to briefly expand. He says that “ad hoc alliances among evangelicals vary from country to country.” His point being that evangelicals in different nations have different … Continue reading

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Book Review: Covenantal Theonomy by Kenneth Gentry

As an advocate of the theonomic (theocratic) thesis for almost ten years, I am continually perplexed at the attempts of Kline’s disciples to override the theonomic agenda. Like all other theologies, theonomy is not a monolitihic position. The Jordanians and … Continue reading

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