Assurance and Perseverance: A Reformed Wheel In The Spanner For Synergistic And Lutheran Perspectives

Having been with a few things, be it academics and my Bible school internship, I did not really have much time to engage with lengthy theological treatises (beside academic studies for my BTh). By scanning through several Facebook posts, it is becoming almost a trend that Lutheranism seems to be becoming a very hip theology. … More Assurance and Perseverance: A Reformed Wheel In The Spanner For Synergistic And Lutheran Perspectives

The “Justification” Controversy: Is NT Wright really “right”?

I have been a casual reader and follower of the New Perspective on Paul, and probably for different reasons than the “justification” issue. My issue was firstly my discontentment with New Covenant and Dispensationalist interpretations of Paul and the law. I believe strongly in covenantal continuity between the Testaments, myself holding to traditional Reformed Baptist … More The “Justification” Controversy: Is NT Wright really “right”?

1689 Federalism And Freshly Brewed Coffee: A Response To Late Night Theology

Late Night Theology’s Jay Sawrie a few weeks, or more, responded[1] to my article in which I challenged the Westminster perspective on Covenant Theology and Infant Baptist. I must say, even though I disagree with the perspective — I believe that a strong case can probably be made for it. I am not by any … More 1689 Federalism And Freshly Brewed Coffee: A Response To Late Night Theology

Why Paedobaptist/WCF Covenant Theology Does Not Work

I am a credo-baptist, and  I have various sympathies with the infant baptism position, especially on the basis of classical Reformed covenant theology. However, it is exactly upon that note that I disagree with the Westminster Confession of Faith, and other historic paedobaptist confessions, which I believe makes a poor case for infant baptism. I … More Why Paedobaptist/WCF Covenant Theology Does Not Work

God’s Particular Redemption In The Book of Hebrews

The book of Hebrews is a book that continues to gain relevance in today’s Reformed polemic against the constant onslaught of papal soteriology. After having watched Dr. James White’s lecture/sermon in the G3 Conference 2017, I believe I was grounded afresh in my confidence of Reformed soteriology. The book of Hebrews which in the beginning … More God’s Particular Redemption In The Book of Hebrews

Responding To One of Frank Turek’s Responses to an Atheist

I just recently watched a session where Frank Turrek, an evangelical Christian apologist and author, responded to an atheist student on the issue of how anyone can worship God considering “the many atrocities” that he has done in the Bible. The video can be watched here. Now there were a few things that I found … More Responding To One of Frank Turek’s Responses to an Atheist