In my previous post, I began a four part series addressing the book Interpreting Scripture with the Great Tradition: Recovering the Genius of Premodern Exegesis, by Craig A. Carter. As we saw in that post, Carter could speak of “the Great Tradition” as though it were synonymous with his understanding of the Nicene doctrine of … Continue reading Review of Interpreting Scripture With the Great Tradition — Part 2 “Christian Platonism”
Review of Interpreting Scripture With the Great Tradition — Part 1 “Great Tradition”
This post is the first of four brief posts that will address the book Interpreting Scripture with the Great Tradition: Recovering the Genius of Premodern Exegesis, by Craig A. Carter. In this post, I would like to address first a troublesome concept found in the title of the book, namely the Great Tradition. The blog's … Continue reading Review of Interpreting Scripture With the Great Tradition — Part 1 “Great Tradition”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pR3ExDuY8Ic In the video above, James White does a good job discussing the growing number of so-called “Reformed Thomists” and the dangers of Thomism. It is well worth taking time to watch.
1689 Federalism: What is it?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpx9lZO9THk Yesterday, Anthony Uvenio interviewed Brandon Adams of 1689Federalism.com, which I think is the best website for anyone who wants to become acquainted with Reformed Baptist theology. It is a very interesting discussion, and I recommend taking time to watch.
A Good Place to Find Online Particular Baptist Resources
The Petty France blog has a page dedicated to Online Particular Baptist Resources, and it is definitely worth checking out. Here is the page description: This page is dedicated to collating online links to copies of Particular Baptist literature (which are rare). PDF downloads of original sources are the preferred material, but transcribed works are … Continue reading A Good Place to Find Online Particular Baptist Resources
Review of Greg Nichols’ Lectures in Systematic Theology, Vol. 2
I love systematic theology. In fact, I have a whole bookshelf dedicated to systematic theology. Some of my favorites are De Doctrina Christiana by Augustine and Peter Lombard’s Sentences. I can hardly resist them. Aquinas, Barth, Bavinck, Berkhof, Brakel, Brown, Dabney, Dagg, Erickson, Frame, Gill, Hodge, Horton, Turretin, Reymond, Vos, Warfield, and the like fill … Continue reading Review of Greg Nichols’ Lectures in Systematic Theology, Vol. 2
I Shouldn’t Be a Reformed Baptist
I am regularly asked why I don't go to the largest, fastest growing church where most twenty somethings go in our town. It doesn't make sense to some why my wife and I choose to be part of a simple average sized church. By Bible-Belt expectations, I shouldn't want to go to church where the … Continue reading I Shouldn’t Be a Reformed Baptist
Brandon Adams’ Helpful Outline of Nehemiah Coxe’s Discourse of the Covenants
Some years ago I was happy to post Brandon Adam's Collapsible Outline of Owen on Hebrews 8:6-13. Today I would like to post another such outline offered by Brandon, this time of Nehemiah Coxe's A Discourse of the Covenants that God Made with Men before the Law. These outlines should prove quite helpful when reading … Continue reading Brandon Adams’ Helpful Outline of Nehemiah Coxe’s Discourse of the Covenants