Monthly Archives: September 2010

What God Wants

Today was an exciting day. Over the last year, I wrote a short book on sanctification, which I intended to have translated into Turkish. Today the two chapters were finished. Here’s chapter I: Part I: The Big Picture Slavish fear … Continue reading

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Attributes of Scripture Part III: Sufficiency

I’ve been reading a lot of not-so-biblical theology lately. I need to for the dissertation. A lot of this theology throws mud at the evangelical concept of scripture. They say that because evangelicals have trust in an error-free Bible, they … Continue reading

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Living as Pilgrims and the Land of our Father

While reading Andrew Wall’s book, The Missionary Movement in Christian History, I found something particularly interesting in light of the blog’s theme of theology for pilgrims. Christianity presents two different perspectives on how we are to relate to the world. … Continue reading

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On the Susquehanna

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Abortion, Wittgenstein, and the Web of Human Relationships

Sometime ago I had the realization that I was going to have to contend with Wittgenstein for my dissertation. This was good and bad. Good because he’s such a powerful figure in philosophy and I really ought to know something … Continue reading

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The Nature of Scripture Part II: Authority

Before we get thinking about the Bible’s unique authority, let’s think about a question. Why do we need the Bible? If you are like me, a lot of answers flood your mind, topping the list is that without the Bible … Continue reading

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The Attributes of Scripture Part I: Necessity

Image taken from (www.fellowshipchurch.ca) I’ve been reading a lot about the Bible, its characteristics and attributes, what it is and why we so desperately need it. I’m reminded of the practical role the Bible ought to have in my life. Reformed … Continue reading

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