Straight From the Word: What is Biblical Justice?

Justice is a hotly debated topic these days. As Christians, we ought to define justice along biblical lines rather than espouse the culturally acceptable definitions. Justice is used in both the Old and New Testaments to refer to God’s standard of righteousness applied to any given situation. Justice does not always refer to civil law as […]

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An Actual and Effective Atonement

The atoning work of Christ on the cross was a miraculous display of love, grace, and wrath, all in one eternal and divine act. The Son of God condescended to become a man, living a life of perfect obedience to the whole law of God, His own law, suffered and died on a cross, was […]

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Stephen Charnock’s Response to Modal Collapse

As a result of the recent discussion concerning the doctrine of divine simplicity (DDS) an objection has been raised referred to as “modal collapse.” This objection purposes to show an inconsistency in the claims of DDS when brought into relationship with divine freedom. For example, if God’s will is indistinguishable from His essence, He could […]

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The Absence of Chance: The Metaphysical Destitution of Baptist Traditionalism

Register for our Newsletter! Get exclusive offers and receive news before anyone else! Is there chance in this universe if it is created by the God of the Bible? Some would argue that there are compartments of creation not under the control of God, in which case there would be something left to chance. On […]

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Thinking About God: God Cannot be Comprehended | The Baptist Reformation

This will be a brief introduction because it comes by way of prefatory caution rather than a long doctrinal debate or extensive theological excursus. Any systematic theology ought to start its discussion on God with divine incomprehensibility, in one way or another. If we proceed upon the assumption that God can be comprehended, either in […]

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