The Nashville Statement

The Gospel and Self-Conception: A Defense of Article 7 of the Nashville Statement

If you stop and take the time to take notice of just how often in the New Testament the Gospel impacts, changes, gives imperatives for, or opposes the cognitive life of man, you will find that the prevalence is staggering.[i]…
communion

Communion as Redemption Accomplished and Applied

The connection between historia salutis and ordo salutis, that is, between salvation as it has been accomplished in redemptive history and salvation as it is applied in the life experience of the believer, has been a fruitful field cultivated with tremendous…
Smith, Letters to a Young Calvinist

Theological Precision and Doxology

In his little book, Letters to a Young Calvinist, James K.A. Smith indulges in a riff I have heard echoing through certain halls of the Reformed house of late. At the end of Letter XI, “On Being ‘Confessional’” he gives…
Francis Schaeffer

It Is There and It Should Not Be Silent: Van Til’s Critique of Schaeffer

Daniel Schrock revisits Cornelius Van Til’s critique of Francis Schaeffer’s apologetic. Van Til has been criticized for his treatment of Schaeffer’s method, but Schrock reminds us that though it may be difficult to carry out polemics in a spirit of…
Bavinck Reading

Apologetics: The Fruit of Faith

In his little booklet, The Certainty of Faith, Herman Bavinck penned a short sentence which is laden with profundity. “Apologetics is the fruit, never the root, of faith.”[1] Bavinck’s insight highlights something crucial. When it comes to our attitude towards the gospel there…
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