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Spent an hour reviewing the debate with Joe Ventilacion of Iglesia Ni Christo, responding to various elements of the debate itself and looking at what has happened in the aftermath. Then for the last 40 minutes or so we covered the discussion taking place on line regarding Pulpit and Pen, etc., going back to last summer and the controversy that
After many months of making reference to my statements (normally as found on the Dividing Line) only by ostensibly humorous sub-tweeting, Dr. Barcellos recently directly addressed me via Twitter. Given the length of the thread, and my desire to have facial expression and tone of voice available (one of the worst problems with Twitter in general), I responded on the
The Midwest Center for Theological Studies is hosting a special J-term modular event January 5-10, 2009. Dr. Sam Waldron (author of MacArthur’s Millennial Manifesto) will be delivering a series of lectures entitled: Then Comes the End: A Biblical Course on Eschatology. In addition to Dr. Waldron’s excellent instruction, we will be privileged to have Drs. Richard Gaffin, Vern Poythress and
Needed to do the program remotely today from my home (and aside from one slip up, it actually worked quite well!). Discussed the amazing (and disgusting) tweets put out by a woman saying “goodbye” to the aborted baby she murdered as if this was an act of love on her part—tough way to start the program, I know. But when
Had some fun with a new video from Gene Kim, played a new RFG intro, looked a little at Steven Anderson and the TRTrads, delving into issues of textual criticism, the transmission of the text, etc. Then for the last 20 minutes or so transitioned into an important discussion about the supernatural and the life of the Bible-believing, sola scriptura
I speak often on this blog of the need to be accurate in one’s representation of others. As a sinner living in a fallen world, I fail my own standards, though not on purpose, to be sure. I seek to honor Christ by accurately representing those I oppose in debate, whether I consider the “other side” to be my fellow
On a Dividing Line in July of this year, Dr. James White discussed a section from a book by Dr. Matthew Barrett on the dangers of what he has termed “Biblicism”. The section was taken from Dr. Barrett’s forthcoming Systematic Theology. However, this post is not an interaction with the fuller points of that section but rather on what Dr.
Spent time at the start of the program looking at the witness of Clement’s epistle to the Corinthians from the first century to the doctrine of sola fide, and then took phone calls on a number of different topics including the gifts in 1 Corinthians. Here is the YouTube link: Live Video Stream
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