Tagged: Theology

Elenctic Theology by Turretin

Dr. Francis Turretin (1623-1687) was an Italian Reformer who followed John Calvin and Theodore Beza in Geneva.  Among Reformed theologians, his works are considered some of the best.  His three volume magnum opus, Institutes of Elenctic Theology, is considered a classic work of systematic theology. ...

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10 Points on Evangelical Postmillenialism

Along with the current end-time madness currently spurred by the grossly popular Left Behind series comes renewed debate among Christians about whose end-time theology is correct.  Of the many choices to choose from, evangelicals usually align with a Pre-millenialist view.  However, apologist and evangelical theologian...

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10 Principles For Doing Apologetics

Here’s a nice "Art of War" for apologetics, in list form, entitled Truth Tactics.  Nice tips for those of us defending Christianity.  If you like the list below, go and read his entire post. Christians are privileged to be emissaries of the living God, heralds...

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My Two Cents (04/10b)

Westminster Confessions in MP3 – It will only take you 65 minutes to listen to them all.  Nice.  You can read more about the Westminster Confessions at wikipedia. How to Study the Bible (mp3) – Lots of goodness from John MacArthur Redeeming Physics – A...

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Do Not Judge – Matthew 7:1-6

This is my first sermon, preached at my small country church. Points include: Take the log out of your own eye Let truth into your own heart first We give mental assent to truth instead of doing it Do correct your brother To download Do...

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12 Hermeneutical Principles

Theologian D.A. Carson has a nice 12 point article on hermeneutics, and he discusses how these apply to such thorny questions as those below (we’ve discussed them here): The issue is this:  What parts of the Bible are binding mandates for us, and what parts...

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List of Virtues and Vices

I’m looking to do a study on virtues and vice, and need to make a list. Here’s my list so far.  I like the ones that end in "y."  I think I’m interested in this because a few very important virtues, if encouraged into American...

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