According to this story the RIAA is thinking about prosecuting us for copying music from CDs, which we have purchased or otherwise own legitimately, to an MP3 player.
I get occasional queries about theonomy, reconstructionism, and alternatives to the same. The folks at Covenant OPC (Abilene, TX ) have put together a terrific page of resources on the Reformed approach to natural law. Here’s an essay I did several years . . . Continue reading →
The question of thinking like a Christian is an important topic and one close to my heart. We discuss this very question each fall in the Historical Theology orientation course. We read and discuss a roundtable discussion published some years ago in . . . Continue reading →
Danny Hyde’s got your picture of God the Son right here.
Therefore, in order that none of us may stumble on that stone, let us first consider that there is a twofold government in man (duplex esse in homine regimen): one aspect is spiritual, whereby the conscience is instructed in piety and in . . . Continue reading →
Richard Wolfe wrote to the HB to ask for about reading that he and his pastor might do in preparation for the upcoming WSC faculty conference, Christ, Kingdom, and Culture. In response I thought of the “Christ and culture” volumes that were . . . Continue reading →
If you’re looking for a basic, thoughtful, careful introduction to a Reformed approach to the Christian life, John Murray’s Principles of Conduct is a great place to start. This is one of my favorite books. it’s $12.14 plus ($5.00) shipping from The . . . Continue reading →
James Fisher published a widely-read (and oft-reprinted) Exposition of the Shorter Catechism (1753). Ebenezer Erskine and other of the “Marrow Men,” i.e., those who were the gospel-men in 18th-century Scotland (as opposed to the moralists of the time) were also associated with . . . Continue reading →
The post by Justin Taylor of Tom Schreiner’s brief critique of the Reformed doctrine of the Christian Sabbath (the language of the Westminster Confession) gives us a good opportunity to gather together some posts on the Sabbath. By way of autobiographical preface: . . . Continue reading →
As a young boy I certainly believed in Santa. We made the annual cookie oblation and went to bed under the conditional covenant that he would not come if we did not sleep (or at least stay in bed). Nevertheless, I think I . . . Continue reading →