Category Archives: Theology
A piece of clay trying to tell other pieces of clay what the Potter is like . . . think about that for a second.
Martin Luther’s reply at the Diet of Worms to the question of whether or not he stood by his writing: ”Since your Imperial Majesty and Lordships demand a simple answer I will do so without horns or teeth as follows: … Continue reading
Preach Christ crucified, no matter what! Why don’t men preach Christ crucified? John Stott offers some profound insights on this question with his analysis of the offense of cross, from his commentary on Galatians. I am humbled and challenged by … Continue reading
If I was asked are you a Southern Baptist? Are you Reformed? My answer is Yes! Yes! Both!! I am a Reformed Southern Baptist. I found the following interesting: The following is by pastor Justin Nale: Am I a Reformed … Continue reading
I find this very helpful when looking at the differences views on the atonement. A repost from Justin Taylor: A Primer on Limited (or Definite) Atonement Last week Doug Wilson  linked to a piece by Randy Alcorn , who … Continue reading
Christian faith: Calvinism is back / The Christian Science Monitor – CSMonitor.com. Christian faith: Calvinism is back In America’s Christian faith, a surprising comeback of rock-ribbed Calvinism is challenging the Jesus-is-your-buddy gospel of modern evangelism. By Josh Burek, Staff writer of … Continue reading