I happened upon two quotes in the last couple of days that I found interesting. It is the common lament of nearly every generation that theirs is truly the negligent one and the answer is a return to the doctrinal faithfulness of the forefathers. While this lament is understandable, it seems that no matter how… Continue reading On Doctrinal Indifference
I don't know how this slipped under my radar, but it looks like someone has undertaken a reformatting of Louis Berkhof's systematic theological summary, Manual of Christian Doctrine. While the contents look the same, the formatting of the text has changed. Now the volume contains a new font, is formatted with two columns per page… Continue reading Berkhof’s Manual of Christian Doctrine, Second Edition
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Over on my own blog, I noted that in Bruce Waltke’s newest book, An Old Testament Theology: An Exegetical, Canonical, and Thematic Approach, pg. 32, footnote 13 refers to a chapter written by Dr. R. Scott Clark, “Janus, The Well-Meant Offer of the Gospel, and Westminster Theology,” found on pgs. 149-179 of the book The… Continue reading The well-meant offer of the gospel and the Creator-creature/Archetype-ectype distinction