Top HB Posts Of 2015

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There were 600 new posts on the HB in 2015. Here’s the Top 10:

  1. Burying the Lead On Baxter
  2. Why Brian Williams’ Lies Mean More Than You Think They Do
  3. Muddying The Distinction Between Justification And Salvation
  4. Refugees And The Twofold Kingdom
  5. Presbyterians And Homosexuals Together: The Crisis Of Christ And Culture
  6. It Doesn’t Have To Be This Way
  7. We Attain Heaven Through Faith Alone
  8. I’m Shocked That You’re Shocked
  9. The Gospel Is Not Social
  10. The Bible And The Quran

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  1. Thank you Prof. Clark for your posts during the last year, they are a help
    for building up ourselves in the most holy faith, Happy New Year by the
    way. Hope you do more Covenant Theology this new year, particularly
    more on republication, Hope you’ll refute new baptist 1689 Federalism
    Theology before it gets to firm a foothold.

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