Michael Horton Critiques the “God of the gaps” Apologetic

In The Christian Faith, Michael Horton unravels the real problem with resolving the tension between theism and and science via the "God of the gaps" apologetic approach.  This approach, for those unfamiliar with the terminology, is used by people who wish to respect the claims of science but also wish to retain a place for… Continue reading Michael Horton Critiques the “God of the gaps” Apologetic

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