Dedicated to John M. Frame, who for four decades has successfully resisted the lure of movements What is a movement? As I am defining it here, a movement is an informal association of individuals united by adherence to a particular ideology (a highly structured, generally comprehensive view of reality) dominated by one or more influential [...]
My web articles dealing with distinctively cultural issues will continue to appear at the CCL site. The more theologically oriented posts will be here.
I was pleased to see that my old friend Peter Escalante (as gracious as he is bright) had joined Steven Wedgeworth (whom I’ve not yet have the privilege of meeting) in launching not simply a new web site, The Calvinist International, but also a new (or, rather, as will presently be seen, reviving a very [...]
Question: Hi Andrew, Once again, a superb sermon chock full of practical application. Thank you for bringing us the Word so faithfully each and every week. ... [I]n light of today's sermon (and amazingly the opening Psalm we read about the Israelites in the wilderness), I have a question. It pertains to God's dealings with [...]
Most of us have heard the morality tale of the frog that leapt from the boiling pot when tossed in but allowed himself to be placed in a pot of cool water over a stove and boiled slowly to death. Myth or not, it describes the pernicious deceptiveness of apostasy. The unwary, foolish young man [...]
It’s remarkable that conservatives don’t understand how Genesis (creation) and John 3:16 (redemption) hang and fall together, because liberals understand it all too well. In one of the most quoted liberal works of the first part of the 20th century, Harvard Professor of Church History Kirsopp Lake writes: [T]he Fundamentalists are perfectly right in thinking that [...]
It is perhaps surprising that an essay published by group with such a fully deserved reputation for vilifying other Christians as the Trinity Foundation should be so theologically on target, not to mention uncharacteristically judicious and charitable as Timothy F. Kauffman's "Sanctification, Half Full: The Myopic Hermeneutic of the 'Grace Movement.'" Can a leopard change his [...]