And the hits just keep coming. This month’s New Horizons is dedicated to Herman Bavinck. The translation of the final volume is a great blessing and benefit to the “sideline” confessional Reformed and Presbyterian churches. It’s a great academic benefit to those . . . Continue reading →
At the Reformed Reader.
30. To what is appeal made to support the nonliteral interpretation? a) To the fact that sun and moon (or rather the rotation of the earth around its axis in relation to the sun) were not yet present. As we know, the . . . Continue reading →
Like so many other efforts at reforming life in Protestant churches, Pietism and Methodism were right in their opposition to dead orthodoxy. Originally their intention was only to arouse a sleeping Christianity; they wished not to bring about a change in the . . . Continue reading →
18. Is justification an act that takes place once and for all, or an act that can be repeated? a) The Roman Catholic church makes a distinction between a first and a second justification. The first consists in the infusion of habitual . . . Continue reading →