A few days ago, Bible Thumping Wingnut (BTWN) released a post claiming Joe and Jimmy—of the popular Doctrine and Devotion podcast—agreed women could preach on a Lord's Day to a local congregation... in theory. Joe and Jimmy responded in kind with a bonus podcast episode. Now, before I say anything more, I want to preface … Continue reading Doctrine & Devotion on Women Preachers: A Balanced Observation
Register for our Newsletter! Get exclusive offers and receive news before anyone else! [mc4wp_form id="4137"] A great number of the men who signed off on the 1st London Confession also signed off on the 2nd London Confession (cf. Dr. James Renihan, The Baptist Confession of Faith, Foreword). According to Nehemiah Coxe and William Collins in … Continue reading What Does the 1st London Confession Have To Do With the 2nd?
Recently, a dear acquaintance of mine, Jared Oliphint, released an informal review article on Dr. James Dolezal's book All That Is in God. There have been several reviews written on this very brief work, some very positive and some very negative. Oliphint is charitable as he seeks to develop his concerns related to Dolezal's presentation. That said, … Continue reading An Assessment of Jared Oliphint’s Thoughts on ‘All That Is in God’
All citations come from Athanasius, The Complete Works of St. Athanasius, and his On The Incarnation. The most valuable player for the side of orthodoxy during the Nicene Council certainly had to have been Athanasius. He’s mostly known for defending the biblical doctrine of the incarnation against Arius who imagined Christ as a creature. In his works, Athanasius broadens … Continue reading Athanasius and Divine Simplicity