Blog Posts by Ian Hamilton

Christian Assurance: Rome and Thomas Goodwin

Article by   October 2017
In its theological response to the teachings of the Reformation, the Council of Trent (1545-1563) maintained that a "believer's assurance of the pardon of his sins is a vain and ungodly confidence". More pointedly the Council declared in Canon... continue

The Trinitarian Debate: Some Reflections and Cautions

Article by   June 2016
First a confession, I rarely read blogs--especially Christian ones. My reason is simple; blogs are no kind of forum for engaging in thoughtful, reflective, analytical and measured theological discourse. No doubt some do it wisely, even brilliantly; most do it... continue

The Gentleness and Fierceness of Christ

Article by   June 2016
Isaiah's first Servant Song (Is.42:1-4) pictures a Servant who is gentle, patient, unthreatening and tender hearted. It is a magnificent portrait of the Lord Jesus Christ, the perfect Servant of the Lord. It is remarkable that in his recorded... continue
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