Category Archives: Pyromaniacs

Miscellanies on How the Order of a Doctrine of Election Affects the Pyromaniacs and The Gospel Coalition

The Gospel is Kingdom initiating, Kingdom grounding; indeed it could be said that the Gospel is the disruptive orientation of the original creation’s ultimate purpose as that is realized in the re-creation of God in Jesus Christ and his resurrection … Continue reading

Posted in American Evangelicalism, Critiquing Classic Calvinism, Cultural Christianity, Phil Johnson, Pyromaniacs, Soteriology | 11 Comments

A Nostalgic Post: Revisiting the Pyromaniacs and Some Response and Surprise in regard to Phil Johnson

If you have been following my blogging from the beginning (which my guess is at this point is that hardly anyone of you has — started in 2005) you will recognize the names that are prominent in this post. When … Continue reading

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The Gospel According to John MacArthur at The Shepherd’s Conference Summit 2017

When I first started blogging in 2005 one of the first blogs I ran across was, at that point, Phil Johnson’s blog: Pyromaniac. Later, in 2006, Phil Johnson expanded his efforts and turned his blog into a team blog, renamed: … Continue reading

Posted in John MacArthur, Pyromaniacs | 9 Comments

An Example of Solo Scriptura Gone Wrong — "Da Gifts"

This post is out of the ordinary for my blog here, it’s a bit “off-topic,” ironically, in regards to the intent of this blog; but I just wanted to offer a response to Dan Phillips, of Pyromaniacs fame. He recently … Continue reading

Posted in Blogspotting, Pyromaniacs | 17 Comments

Phil Johnson Critiquing Robert George and the 'Old Thomism'

This is in response to Phil Johnson of Pyromaniac fame. He recently posted an article, at his blog, on Robert George [Princeton Lawyer, and champion of conservative ethics, also devout Roman Catholic] (one of the signers of the “Manhattan Declaration”); … Continue reading

Posted in Critiquing Classic Calvinism, Doctrine Of God, Phil Johnson, Pyromaniacs, Thomism | 22 Comments