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
Not the way some would have you think. Cornelis Venema writes: If the confessions of the Reformation clearly speak of justification as a once-for-all act of God, which does not comport with a final justification according to works, this still leaves open the question regarding the way they handle the final judgment and the obvious… Continue reading A Final Judgment for the Justified According to Works?