Justification from Eternity

Yes, I believe in justification FROM eternity and not I'm not antinomian. Photo by Dan Hamill on Pexels.com "The doctrine of justification from eternity does not replace traditional protestant or evangelical doctrines, but radically changes them from within. Most fundamentally it changes the ontological status of historical events from causes into signs: Conversion, faith and … Continue reading Justification from Eternity

Watchword

From “What is it that saves a soul?” WHEN, at the request of the Publisher of another work, I undertook to furnish an Appendix, and to give in it an answer to that important question, “What is it that saves a soul?” which question was there left undecided, I intended merely to write a few pages, … Continue reading Watchword

Modernized Geneva Bible

I like this idea from Canon Press. Small, handy editions of the Geneva Bible in an easy cary format. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qiPkK97RHVE From the site: Quote: But the MGB New Testament is not a facsimile edition intended for scholars of the Reformation. The thirteen thin volumes of the MGB New Testament are meant for one thing only: … Continue reading Modernized Geneva Bible

To Be A Christian Is To Confess The Truth

Photo by Rene Asmussen on Pexels.com "Confession is of the essence of Christianity both from the standpoint of personal transformation and the belief of objective truth.  Confession of sin is the most consistent evidence of continued reliance on the objective work of Christ. “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive … Continue reading To Be A Christian Is To Confess The Truth

Idolatry

John Gill, The "second" command is, "Thou shall not make to thyself any graven image, or any likeness--thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them", &c. which respects the mode of worship. And, Requires, that it should be spiritual, suitable to the nature of God, without any carnal imaginations, and external representations … Continue reading Idolatry