1 PETER 1:1-2 This sermon was originally published in Modern Reformation in the Ex Auditu. section in the January/February 2000 issue and is republished here by permission. § Peter, an apostle of Jesus Christ, to God’s elect, strangers in the world, scattered . . . Continue reading →
Kim is hitting nails with hammers again. Great stuff this! Here’s my take on this from a few years back.
Recently a prominent evangelical (Bible church) pastor suggested that were Calvin alive today he would be premillennial and that true “Calvinists” should be (pre-trib, dispensational) premillennialists. Those of us who actually read Calvin and historic Calvinist theology and who are confessing ministers . . . Continue reading →
From 15 Mar 2007. Reposted here by request.
In the first post in this series I connected the Rejection of Errors adopted at the Synod of Dort (1619) with the Reformed doctrine of “antithesis” between belief and unbelief. To put that doctrine in some context I offered a brief overview . . . Continue reading →
The CTC guys interview WSC alumnus as WTS prof, Jeff Jue. Another WSC grad at WTS prof, Lane Tipton, is on the panel.
Details at the RB
The “Christless Christianity” series has been brilliant and this week’s installment is no exception. Our dispensational friends tell us that they read the bible “literally” and that amillennialists “spiritualize” Scripture. This might be compelling if we never actually looked at any passages. A . . . Continue reading →
No. Kim explains.
At the RB
Look no more.
Thanks to pastor Christopher Gordon of Lynden URC for posting these lectures by my colleagues at Westminster Seminary California. Update 25 Dec 2008 The format for the files has been been converted to MP3. #1: Dr. W. Robert Godfrey When Will These . . . Continue reading →
Info on the RB.
Roger writes to ask: I’ve been having discussions lately with a fellow who identifies himself as non-violent Anabaptist. He denies he is Emergent, but I’m not so sure. He is very involved in non-violent struggle against ‘the system’ – meaning capitalism and . . . Continue reading →
This is worth hearing.
In her opening address to 2009 convention of the Episcopal Church USA (ECUSA) the most reverend the Most Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori, presiding Bishop of the ECUSA, declared, The crisis of this moment has several parts, and like Episcopalians, particularly the ones . . . Continue reading →
Kim Riddlebarger is at it again. He’s lecturing on Amillennialism tonight at Christ Reformed in Anaheim. If you have eschatology questions or ever wondered if there’s another way of reading Scripture that doesn’t have you scanning the sky for black helicopters or . . . Continue reading →
Info here at Monergism (HT: Challies)