On Doctrinal Indifference

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

Berkhof’s Manual of Christian Doctrine, Second Edition

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

Berkhof for $9.99!!!

Christianbook.com tends to do this every now and again  - sell some really great books for next-to-nothing! If you still don't own Berkhof, or at least need a couple extra copies (one for the garage, one for the glove-box, one for the kitchen, etc.), quick grab a uber-cheap copy here before it's too late! ________________… Continue reading Berkhof for $9.99!!!

The well-meant offer of the gospel and the Creator-creature/Archetype-ectype distinction

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