Tag Archives: Theology

Two Analogies of the Immanent Trinity

For those of you who are practicing or aspiring theologians, this post is for you (of course, we are all theologians to one degree or another).  I just finished a paper on Jonathan Edwards’s doctrine of the Trinity.  The history … Continue reading

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The Importance of the New Testament in Modern Ministry

GIVING LOGICAL PRIORITY TO THE NEW TESTAMENT Tom Wells writes: “The large amount of baggage (presuppositions) that any of us bring to the Scriptures depends in a large measure on which part of Scripture we, subconsciously no doubt, read first, … Continue reading

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What is Dispensationalism?

 This entry is by no means intended to be a treatise on Dispensationalism.  That would take a large volume.  It is simply my way of processing some things I read recently. Dispensationalism has stirred up a great deal of controversy … Continue reading

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John Piper and Tornadoes

Recent controversy has been stirred surrounding an article posted by Dr. John Piper entitled “Fierce Tornadoes and the Fingers of God” on the Desiring God website. The article was nothing “new” in the sense that Piper has posted many other … Continue reading

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Does the Heart Negate the Mind?

I had an interesting encounter with a gentleman in Caribou Coffee the other day…  I set down at a table with my computer and a dozen books or so which I was using to do research for my job with … Continue reading

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