Jesus Rebukes Biblicism

If you've been a Christian on the internet you've most certainly run into a Biblicist before (and perhaps you yourself are a Biblicist). It is often very frustrating to argue with them because they frequently don't allow theological categories (derived from scripture) to be brought in and want everything to be proven by single isolated... Continue Reading →

The History of Confessional Christology

The Bible’s affirmation that Christ is both God and man yet one Christ is the mystery upon which all of redemption hangs. The Confession does not attempt to explain this mystery but presents us the classic Chalcedonian paradox, saying, “two whole, perfect, and distinct natures were inseparably joined together in one person, without conversion, composition,... Continue Reading →

Can We Learn From Roman Catholics?

Thanks to The Particular Baptist team for feedback and edits for this article. There is plenty going around suggesting that it would be improper to utilize Roman Catholic teachers in theology especially as it relates to the doctrine of God. It is easy to see why this would be the case. Roman Catholicism is not... Continue Reading →

Van Tillian Inconsistency

I want to start off by saying that I fall into the “presup” camp when it comes to apologetics. I find the position to be most consistent with Scripture (which I am not seeking to defend in this article). However, I find problems among those in the camp and even with some of Van Til’s... Continue Reading →

The Gospel of Jesus Christ

This is a guest post by our brother Matthew Lannes Preface I want to humbly submit this article. The only reason I have written this article is because of the concern I have for those reading it. In myself I have nothing to offer, I am not a just or mighty man and my only... Continue Reading →

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