Sale Notice: Excellent Reformed Resources on Logos

I typically don't do blog posts like this, but I just noticed that Logos Bible Software is having a pretty good sale on some very good Reformed resources. And I hope our readers don't mind me posting a list of the sales here - maybe it'll be of some use for some people! If not,… Continue reading Sale Notice: Excellent Reformed Resources on Logos

The Clarity of Scripture (Turretin)

(This is a re-blog from April, 2016) The perspicuity (clarity) of Scripture has been denied by the Roman Catholic Church, the Socinians in the 17th century, and other such groups.  During and after the Reformation, the Reformers had to explain, teach, and defend this doctrine (e.g. WCF 1.6-8).  What does the clarity of Scripture mean? … Continue reading The Clarity of Scripture (Turretin)

The Church Is Greater Than Her Pastors (Turretin)

In the era of celebrity pastors and famous preachers who have thousands of "likes" and (sadly) even fans, it's very important to remember that Christ's church is greater than her pastors.  Pastors serve for 10, 20, or 30 years; maybe sometimes they even serve 50 or 60 years.  Then they die and someone else takes… Continue reading The Church Is Greater Than Her Pastors (Turretin)

The Church Here and There (Turretin)

In Reformed theology there are various ways to describe Christ's church.  One of the descriptions is to distinguish between the church militant and the church triumphant.  This is not to say there are two churches.  It is simply a way to explain the state or degree of Christ's church.  Christ's church exists in a twofold… Continue reading The Church Here and There (Turretin)

The Law/Gospel Distinction: A Staple in Reformed Theology

This is a reblog from October, 2009. We've posted on this before, but it is something that needs to be said more than a few times: the law/gospel distinction is right there in the fabric of old-school Reformed theology.  Though some people don't like it, won't teach it, and think it is Lutheran, it is… Continue reading The Law/Gospel Distinction: A Staple in Reformed Theology