CHARLES G. FINNEY: Heretic or Man of God? Part II

IntroductionIn Part I of our first article on Charles G. Finney's theology we set forth some of the main divisions of his theology. These included (1) The Centrality of God's Government and of God's Moral Law, (2) The Duty of Man to Keep God's Moral Law for Salvation. Obviously, we saw that salvation for Finney … Continue reading CHARLES G. FINNEY: Heretic or Man of God? Part II

CHARLES G. FINNEY: Heretic or Man of God? Part I

IntroductionIn many cases today it is rather easy to summarize the position of a theologian in accordance with the various theological categories of the day and of history. This person is an Arminian. This person is a Calvinist. And on and on we could go. But to give a summary sentence placing Charles G. Finney … Continue reading CHARLES G. FINNEY: Heretic or Man of God? Part I

Welcoming Dr. Richard Belcher to the Blog

Many of the blog's readers will already be familiar with Dr. Belcher (pictured at left with his beloved wife, Mary Anne), especially since I have written at least five articles in the past about him and his books. Some of the blog's readers may also know that I have prayed that the Lord will provide … Continue reading Welcoming Dr. Richard Belcher to the Blog

Why I Call Myself a Reformed Baptist

Last week I linked to R. Scott Clark's article A Gentle Rebuke to Brother John, in which he took John Piper to task for inviting Doug Wilson to speak at the upcoming Desiring God Conference this fall. But, although I agree with Scott in his confrontation of John on this point, I do not agree … Continue reading Why I Call Myself a Reformed Baptist