Results tagged “Adam” from Reformation21 Blog

No Adam, No Christ!

Article by   May 2016
Preaching through Genesis over the past year and a half has encouraged me to re-open quite a number of significant theological subjects--not least of which is the historical character of the foundational portions of God's revelation. Over the past 150 years, biblical... continue

A Christmas Reflection

Article by   December 2015
If the dank earth forming marrow and flesh does not entice your wonder, then neither will the Incarnation. This Christmas season, I have been thinking of how integrally related Adam and Christ are in redemptive history, as made plain in Romans... continue

Historicity of Adam: Read and Listen at Place for Truth

Article by   July 2015
Place for Truth provides thoughtful yet accessible articles ranging over biblical theology, systematic theology, church history, and practical theology emphasizing the continual need for the church to maintain the gains of the Protestant Reformation. Our hope is that you... continue

Must We Believe in an Historical Adam

Article by   July 2014
Pastor Mark Johnston leads us in a three-part series on the historical veracity of Adam. This work was done with the cooperation and encouragement of the Session of Proclaimation Presbyterian Church in Bryn Mawr PA, home of this years Philadelphia... continue

Beeke video on a real, historic, biblical Adam

Article by   July 2013
Watch Joel Beeke describe his address at Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology 2013 where he argues the case for a real, historical, biblical Adam who was the federal head of the whole human race.Be sure to follow the other Alliance... continue

Losing Adam

Article by   February 2013
Losing Adam means losing so much more besides. That is because losing Adam is likely to prove the beginning of losing our Bibles. Like the gardener who decides to trim his hedge, he finds that an aggressive cut at one... continue
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