Happy New Year! Still moving things on the site. Â Grad school and work have taken up a huge chunk of my time. In the meantime, most of my new posts will be located over at LDM – http://www.lifedoctrinemusic.com. There’s currently a post up on relationships, dating and scripture. Carblogging Episode 3 is up. Â Enjoy.
http://thegospelcoalition.org/blogs/justintaylor/2010/08/17/clark-h-pinnock-1937-2010/ I’ve had a few random clashes over the past few years with Open Theists. Â I pray that Clark Pinnock (who from many accounts was a really nice guy) was internally inconsistent with what he wrote and published. Justin Taylor’s biography of him over at B2W mentions the following: He then went on to teach at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
First: Peter Hitchens responds to his brother, Christopher: Â http://theologicallycorrect.com/webmaster/blogs/?p=490 Second: “Whaddaya mean it’s not working ? But the market research/Barna/HybelsÂ said….” http://www.usatoday.com/news/religion/2010-08-11-teenchurch11_ST_N.htm?csp=usat.me Oh yes, it’s true. Your attempts at seeker sensitive youth group with the fun, hip and relevant youth pastor have FAILED. Â Reformed folk told you a while ago….PREACH THE GOSPEL AND TEACH YOUR KIDS SOUND DOCTRINE. That’s what
Blogged on it a bit at my personal blog. http://theologicallycorrect.com/webmaster/blogs/?p=460 Migrating TCDC in a few days.Â Â Stay tuned.
Okay, so like the site says, I’ve been doing apologetics and theology on the net since 1994 in AOL chat rooms, expanding out to the rest of the internet in 1996. Digging for some information for a friend on my board, I ran across an old post from me on my apologetics list (thank you Yahoo Groups, for archiving EVERYTHING
Sproul: http://new.ligonier.org/blog/the-manhattan-declaration/ MacArthur: http://www.shepherdsfellowship.org/pulpit/Posts.aspx?ID=4444 Dan Phillips: http://teampyro.blogspot.com/2009/11/nineteen-questions-for-signers-of.html Between these three, I believe the issue is pretty clear. While I understand why Dr. Mohler signed it, I think his choosing to do so was a bit short-sighted….especially since he has stated that his signing it did NOT imply that he believed that Rome’s gospel and the gospel as found in scripture
Two very well respected men (Al Mohler and John MacArthur) have come down on opposite sides of the fence on the issue of the Manhanttan Declaration. For those hiding under a rock, read it here: http://manhattandeclaration.org/images/content/ManhattanDeclaration.pdf The document calls for cultural co-beligerency between Catholics, Orthodox and Protestants to deal with three major social ills that are symptomatic of our present