How secure is the salvation we have in Christ! How confident we should be of our redemption in him!
In Him, All Things Hold Together | Tom Nettles
As I entered without incident and with ease into the proper lane of traffic, I found grounds for praise to God–both for safety and for the marvelous security of predictability that reflects his infinite intelligence.
1689 7:3 By Farther Steps | Sam Waldron
Instead of the rather artificial one covenant, two administrations, found in the Westminster, there is a much more biblical idea of an organic and progressive revelation of the gospel throughout redemptive history.
Implications of the Covenant of Grace | 1689 7:2 | Sam Waldron
In agreement with the Reformed, the Baptists set beside the covenant of works a covenant of grace by which God determined to restore fallen mankind to a place of favor in His sight and put them into possession of the eternal life they had forfeited by breaking the covenant of works.
Of God’s Covenant | 1689 7:1 | Sam Waldron
This paragraph shows a number of important ways in which the Baptists agreed with basic aspects of the covenant theology of the Reformed.
Understanding Old Princeton’s Doctrine of God & Approach to Apologetics | Dewey Dovel
At the center of Old Princeton’s confessional identity was the conviction that the doctrine of God is most important to shaping every other facet of theological speculation, in supplementation to informing one’s ability to accurately understand reality itself.
Love of the Truth | Tom Nettles
“This view … could allow for the ‘man of lawlessness’ to be the Roman Catholic church in its exaltation of the Pope, the bishop of Rome, to the position of vicar of Christ, asserting his infallibility ex cathedra, his granting of dispensations, and proclaiming of the meritorious status of pilgrimages, the doctrine of transubstantiation and the continual sacrifice of Christ.”
The Application of Christian Liberty | Ben Carlson
“Never budge on the principle of your freedom in Christ, but be pliable in your practice of your freedom before other Christians.”
Reforming Old Princeton: Understanding How Theology Proper Should Govern Apologetics | Dewey Dovel
“Despite the many glories of Old Princeton, there were still noticeable characteristics of the seminary that had ample room for reform.”
He Who Hinders | Tom Nettles
“Some identify the hinderer as some power in society that is in competition with the goals of the lawless one. They see the Roman emperor as the hinderer…. Paul, however, indicates that the Thessalonians already know about the operation of hindrance of evil…”