Daily Archives: February 15, 2010

On the Image of God in the Word, Calvin

The ministry of the word, I say, is like a looking-glass For the angels have no need of preaching, or other inferior helps, nor of sacraments, for they enjoy a vision of God of another kind;  and God does not give … Continue reading

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On Wine, Calvin

We are nowhere forbidden to laugh, or to be satisfied with food…or to be delighted with music, or to drink wine…it is permissible to use wine not only for necessity, but also to make us merry.–John Calvin

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Buzz OFF!

Well, I am thrilled with Google Buzz! I love keeping in touch with people from all sorts of backgrounds; further, it provides me an opportunity to share thoughts and quotes. However, some of the isolationists out there don’t seem to be … Continue reading

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James Jordan on N.T. Wright

Recently the magazine Tabletalk published a series of essays against Calvinist theologian N. T. Wright. The black cover of this issue lets us know just how dangerous this man is…read the entire post.

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