Michael Kruger on the Canon of the New Testament

Michael Kruger, author of my favorite book on New Testament canonicity, Canon Revisited: Establishing the Origins and Authority of the New Testament Books, has made freely available a series of lectures on the subject at the Ligonier Ministries website here. Although I haven't yet had a chance to watch all the videos myself, I am … Continue reading Michael Kruger on the Canon of the New Testament

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

Ten Years Later and Still Concerned About the Manhattan Declaration

Some readers of our blog who have been with us for a while might remember that I once posted an article entitled Concerns About the Manhattan Declaration, in which I explained why I could not, in good conscience, sign the document as so many others had done. The document was released on November 20, 2009, … Continue reading Ten Years Later and Still Concerned About the Manhattan Declaration

The Nashville Statement Fortified

I'm sure most of the blog's readers are familiar with the Nashville Statement that was published on the website of the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood back on August 29, 2017. If you haven't yet read it, though, I would encourage you to do so and also to consider signing it. Here is the … Continue reading The Nashville Statement Fortified