Navigating the Lord’s Supper


I will be the first to say pragmatism is not an inherently sinful concept. The answer to the question “What works?” enables society to accomplish many things. Though there is no doubt pragmatism can benefit humanity, it shouldn’t be so easily translated into our church worship services. Unfortunately, the prevailing philosophy of worship, at least … Continue reading Navigating the Lord’s Supper

An Assessment of Jared Oliphint’s Thoughts on ‘All That Is in God’


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’

Francis Cheynell on Eternal Generation


This is an excerpt from a larger article. See Here. This discussion picks up right after I talk about Bruce Ware’s claim that the orthodox notion of eternal generation is no less threatening to the doctrine of the Trinity than Ware’s own Eternal Relational Authority Subordinationism (ERAS). The issue that Ware points out here has … Continue reading Francis Cheynell on Eternal Generation