And I Quote—May 2

And-I-QuoteOne must get one’s framework of assumptions—one’s presuppositions—from somewhere. If one does not get them from healthy, biblically grounded systematic theology, one will most likely get them from the spirit of the age, whether that be Enlightenment rationalism or postmodern relativism or historicism.

Vern Poythress, Kinds of Biblical Theology, Westminster Theological Journal 70/1 (2008), pg 134

Friday Findings—April 29

Spiritual Drafting and the Danger of Christian Complacency “We may think some people are naturally zealous or supernaturally gifted with spiritual fervor. Perhaps so. But my observation is that zealous Christians are those who are most committed to the awesomely ordinary means of grace[.]” Moms, Your Secret Sacrifices Matter “So as mothers, when we’re wiping…

New Series Coming Up!

For the last twelve weeks, we have journeyed through some of the major headings of systematic theology. Yet the jargon of theology consists of more than just words. If you are to understand the ‘language’ of theology, there are also people whose names you should know, dates whose significance you should understand, and books whose…

The Eyes of the Lord

Proverbs 15:3 The eyes of the Lord are in every place, beholding the evil and the good. These words should penetrate your entire life. If you are an arrogant rebel attempting to conceal your sin from God, these words should humble you. If you are a believer, these words should motivate you to forsake sin,…

And I Quote… April 25

He that turns not from every sin, turns not aright from any one sin. Every sin strikes at the honour of God, the being of God, the glory of God, the heart of Christ, the joy of the Spirit, and the peace of a man’s conscience; and therefore a soul truly penitent strikes at all,…