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Presbyterians of the Past Has Moved

For close to two years, we have been privileged to have Barry Waugh writing short biographies on various Presbyterians in church history. Some have been well-known, others have been forgotten. In any case, the biographies have been a welcome reminder of…

Muller on Natural Theology

The development, in rationalist systems of the eighteenth century, of a truly foundational natural theology represents a basic alteration of perspective and a loss, not an outgrowth or further refinement, of the orthodox system. We must object strenuously, therefore, to…
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Why the SCOTUS Decision on Marriage May Be Good for the Church

Tertullian is famous for saying, “The blood of the martyrs is the seed of the church” (Apologeticus, Chapter 50). The persecution of Christians isn’t an objectively good thing, yet in God’s providence, he can and does use evil for good (Gen 50:19–20).…
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On Scheduling Time for the Work of an Ecclesial Theologian

You’ll get no sympathy here, however, if you watch Netflix ten hours a week but complain you have no time to be an ecclesial theologian. At the end of the day, we make time for what is important, and if…
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The Resurrection as Somatic Transformation

Now, if there be a somatic resurrection, we can not otherwise conceive of it than as a somatic transformation. There is not a simple return of what was lost in death; the organism returned is returned endowed and equipped with…
Richard B. Gaffin, Jr.

Gaffin Speaks about Translating Vos’ Reformed Dogmatics

Dr. Richard B. Gaffin, Jr. recently sat down with FaithLife, makers of Logos Bible Software, to speak about the efforts to translate Geerhardus Vos’s Reformed Dogmatics. Watch the video at FaithLife.
Vos, Pauline Eschatology

A Theological Tree of Life

. . . all eschatological interpretation of history, when united to a strong religious mentality cannot but produce the finest practical theological fruitage. To take God as source and end of all that exists and happens, and to hold such…
Castaldo, Talking with Catholics about the Gospel

Chris Castaldo on Disagreements over the Catholic Church

Evangelicals who otherwise agree on issues of doctrine are often at great variance over the question of how to view the Catholic Church. —Chris Castaldo, Talking with Catholics about the Gospel: A Guide for Evangelicals (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2015), 45
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The Centrality of the Incarnation

Let us take a moment to consider our habits of speech. We often talk, for instance, about trusting the finished work of Christ rather than the living person of Christ for our salvation. We talk about our sins being nailed…
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The Hard Problem of Consciousness

Consciousness and personality are perennial topics of conversation among philosophers. But that doesn’t mean they’re topics only for the academy. These subjects touch each of us deeply, because they are at the very heart of our existence. That’s why they live in high culture, low…
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