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A Primer on Biblical Theology: Part One

A Primer on Biblical Theology: Part One

October 01, 2014 - (0) comments - Reformed

What is Biblical Theology? How would you define it? As you ponder your answer, let me issue a warning. Most people who read this article will probably not define it accurately –at least, they will give a correct answer that, […]





What’s in a Name?

What’s in a Name?

September 17, 2014 - (0) comments - Reformed

“Jesus, there’s something about that name,’’ the lyrics of a song I once heard. But what are the merits of referring to our Lord by His proper name, and are there any downsides to always referring to Him as “Jesus?” […]





The Value of Pursuing Virtue

The Value of Pursuing Virtue

August 21, 2014 - (0) comments - Reformed

  In his chapter entitled, “God our Vision, Culture our Context” from his recent book: God in the Whirlwind, David Wells points out the value and the fragility of our virtue. Wells points out that in a free society, not […]





The Gospel: It is the power of God

The Gospel: It is the power of God

August 15, 2014 - (0) comments - Reformed

In the face of so much personal, cultural and global evil— do you feel powerful? You should if you believe in and proclaim, advance, and promote the biblical gospel. In a recent article in the Christian Post, a priest from […]





Love Undefiled and Un-Relinquished

Love Undefiled and Un-Relinquished

July 21, 2014 - (0) comments - Reformed

  Countless doctrines have been under direct assault since the very beginning of the Faith. Indeed, throughout the history of the Church the Faith has known many foes. From Arius to Sabellius and from Rome to the to the Psuedo-Christian […]





Personal Piety In The Vortex Of Global Chaos

Personal Piety In The Vortex Of Global Chaos

June 27, 2014 - 1 Comment - Reformed

 Personal Piety In The Vortex Of Global Chaos Without Question, we are living a bold new world. A world of instantaneous information, instant awareness of world events, and instant technological gratification. Although technology has its uses, like many other things […]





Through the Year with Edmund Clowney

Through the Year with Edmund Clowney

May 29, 2014 - (0) comments - Reformed

  Perhaps no one has had a more profound impact on the way I read Scripture in the last few years as has the late biblical theologian Dr. Edmund Clowney (1917-2005). Clowney’s ability to see Christ in all of Scripture […]





The Episcopian Curse

The Episcopian Curse

April 20, 2014 - 1 Comment - Reformed

  Simon Episcopius, Subordinationism, & Modern Church Methodologies Warning! This article has nothing to do with generational curses or any of those peculiar doctrines displayed on some Christian television networks. There is substance here… Relatively little is known about Simon […]





Not Quite Wright

Not Quite Wright

April 15, 2014 - 3 Comments - Reformed

  I typically do not run into folks that have had extensive experience with N.T. Wright outside of more academic circles. Even among many Reformed brethren, people’s familiarity with Wright is scant. Recently, Jason Byassee wrote about Wright’s influence for […]