“Theonomy” is dead! Long live Theonomy!
The title of this post is my spin on the closing line from an article by American Vision’s Joel McDurmon, who recently debated Jordan Hall (of Pulpit & Pen) on subject matter central to theonomy. While I’ve not yet seen the debate (cannot wait! …but will have to), and I anticipate numerous future opportunities to tackle many […]
Swiss Cheesiness: The Myth of Neutrality
For what can be known about God is plain to them, because God has shown it to them. For his invisible attributes, namely, his eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly perceived, ever since the creation of the world, in the things that have been made. So they are without excuse. ~ Romans 1:19-20 (bold there emphasis added). “Whoever […]
The (not so) Great I (probably) Am: The Man-Centered Myth of the “Probably God”
The Man-Centered Myth of the “Probably God” . “By appealing to probability, apologists saw Christianity relegated to the museum of mere religious hypotheses (i.e., “possibilities”) rather than embraced as the actual truth of God.” ~ Greg L. Bahnsen . Remember that ridiculously annoying little kid who just wouldn’t stop asking why? How every answer you […]
Meology vs. Theology: Putting God on Trial and Man on the Throne
Putting God on Trial and Man on the Throne . “The ancient man approached God (or even the gods) as the accused person approaches his judge. For the modern man the roles are reversed. He is the judge: God is in the dock. . . The trial may even end in God’s acquittal. But the […]