A survey of several beliefs one cannot consistently hold in addition to believing in the legitimacy of same-sex marriage.
Jared Oliphint is regional coordinator for Westminster Theological Seminary and works out of Charlotte, NC. He is a graduate of Gordon College and Westminster Theological Seminary.
In this third post on union with Christ (first post here, second post here), I want to highlight some of the realities that spill out from a full understanding of … Read more→
Many 16th and 17th century theologians understood union with Christ as the context in which the Spirit justifies, adopts, and sanctifies. But what does a list of quotes illustrating the matter accomplish?
Jared Oliphint provides several quotations of Reformed theologians from the 16th and17th century who understood union with Christ as a foundational soteriological category.
Jared Oliphint shares a number of helpful quotations from Richard B. Gaffin, Jr. on eschatology and suffering from his essay on theonomy and eschatology.
In discussions surrounding Old Testament ethics—Canaanite “genocide,” imprecatory Psalms, etc.—I have found Meredith Kline’s article “The Intrusion and the Decalogue” to be tremendously helpful. The problem of evil, and this … Read more→
While reading this new volume on hermeneutics, Biblical Hermeneutics: Five Views, I was struck by how many theological issues “in the news” these days are addressed by this short piece, either … Read more→
One of the most perplexing brands of eschatology is “transformational” eschatology. A broad-brush way to describe this view is that the eschaton or last days will be triggered once Christians … Read more→
Hart’s response to Jim Cassidy’s excellent post that addresses the consistency of Vos/Van Til/Kline has fueled some brief thoughts that I hope are helpful in clarifying some of the issues. … Read more→