In light of the upcoming 500th Anniversary of the Reformation I decided to do some appropriate reading. Apart from listening through the Frank James III’s wonderful History…… Read more “Book Review: The Story of the Reformation – By William Stevenson”
Tag: John Calvin
Should a D.Min be called ‘Doctor’?
Elsewhere the nature of a DMin was discussed, ending with the question of whether or not someone who has earned a DMin should be referred to as…… Read more “Should a D.Min be called ‘Doctor’?”
Knowing Who Christ Is, What He Has Promised, And Expecting This Of Him – The Person & Work of Christ
In his classic book All of Grace, C.H. Spurgeon makes the statement in regards to Christianity that “Faith is believing that Christ is what He is said…… Read more “Knowing Who Christ Is, What He Has Promised, And Expecting This Of Him – The Person & Work of Christ”
John Calvin on Infant Baptism
” Wherefore, there is no difference in the internal meaning, from which the whole power and peculiar nature of the sacrament is to be estimated. The only…… Read more “John Calvin on Infant Baptism”
Two or Three Uses? – The Law in Luther & Calvin
Within the realm of Christian theology there are many fiercely debated topics. One such topic is the question of the how the Law is to be understood in…… Read more “Two or Three Uses? – The Law in Luther & Calvin”
FATQ: Will There Be Free Will In Heaven?
oday’s Frequently Asked Theology Question is: Will there be free will in heaven? If so, is there a chance anyone in heaven will ever sin? Adam and Eve communed with…… Read more “FATQ: Will There Be Free Will In Heaven?”
The Breaking of the Wall – Alienation and [Racial] Reconciliation in Christ
‘Alienation’ is a word that has become common parlance over the past hundred years, a familiarity that was perhaps bolstered most by the writings of Karl Marx,…… Read more “The Breaking of the Wall – Alienation and [Racial] Reconciliation in Christ”