I recently revisited the very underrated series at Reformed Forum on the relationship between Christianity and culture. There has been a good amount of sustained discussion recently regarding this topic, … Read more→
Jared Oliphint is regional coordinator for Westminster Theological Seminary and works out of Charlotte, NC. He is a graduate of Gordon College and Westminster Theological Seminary.
Any kind of pre-marital counseling worth its salt will use Eph 5:22-33 in the course of teaching on marriage, and there’s a specific aspect within that passage that I need … Read more→
As I interact with Scripture’s relationship to how we should think and live, both within church walls and outside them, I frequently go back to two quotes that have helped … Read more→
Sinclair Ferguson in his lecture, “The Reformed Doctrine of Sonship,” helpfully points out that any soteriological model which sets itself up as useful has to stand a series of tests:
Is … Read more→
Take a look at the first paragraph of this post:
“In case any Reformed confessionalists actually wondered, Justin Taylor has made it official that he is a credo-baptist and by implication … Read more→
I recently heard William Lane Craig speak at a conference and he made what I thought was a very basic but very important point. Much of what goes on in … Read more→
Here are some resources and a (somewhat) brief history to bring you up to speed on the sanctification issue that has garnered a lot of attention recently.
One of Tullian Tchividjian’s … Read more→
The concept of infinity and the cosmological argument.