A Brave New World for Predestination and Election: Getting Beyond ‘the dark-patch’ Behind the Back of Jesus

Something that I really think makes what we are offering in Evangelical Calvinism fruitful, among many things, is the unique and yet Reformed, but reworked understanding of the doctrine of election. I think maybe that what we are attempting to highlight for the church might get lost sometimes in the politics of my own blogging, and maybe […]

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Critiquing Forensic Theologies through a ‘Theology of Light’

Thomas F. Torrance in his book Christian Theology & Scientific Culture offers up, as usual, some very interesting thoughts on the relationship between Science and Christian Dogmatics, or what we might call Systematic Theology. This book of his is comprised of a series of lectures he delivered at The Queen’s University, Belfast in 1980; officially […]

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