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→
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In his very fine piece Living in God’s Two Kingdoms, Dr. VanDrunen writes:
Christians should always be distinguished from unbelievers subjectively: they do all things by faith in Christ and for … Read more→
As anyone even moderately interested in Barthian studies knows, the field does not want for a variety of interpretations on the Church Dogmatics. Trinity and Election in Contemporary Theology edited by … Read more→
In the latest issue of New Horizons, Dr. Richard B. Gaffin, Jr. has written an excellent article on the historical Adam. This has become an increasingly important topic, and it appears … Read more→
Over the last year, the subjects of hermeneutics and typology have been sources of vigorous discussion at Reformed Forum. These are very important issues, and I am glad we have been … Read more→
Ecclesiology comes from the Greek words ekklēsia and logos. Ekklēsia simply means “assembly” and logos means “word” or sometimes “principle.” We can speak of biology, which is the study of … Read more→
Christ the Center was blessed to welcome Lane G. Tipton and Michael S. Horton for two interviews on the subject of union with Christ. The Reformed Forum site has been busy … Read more→
For the answer, see these three fine resources:
“The Gospel and Redemptive-Historical Hermeneutics” by Lane G. Tipton in Confident of Better Things, eds. Muether and Olinger.
“For Our Sakes Also: … Read more→
The following is a manuscript of a Reformation Day address I delivered at Faith Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Pole Tavern, NJ on October 29, 2011. It’s written with the intention … Read more→
What Van Til was doing with Barth's theology.