Results tagged “Trinitarianism” from Reformation21

Equal in Power, Unequal in Authority?

Article by   August 2018
The consistent orthodox teaching of the church is to attribute the same power and authority to the Son as the Father. continue

Aquinas Reconsidered (Part 2)

Article by   February 2018
Both Aquinas and the Reformed orthodox writers begin with prolegomenal discussions in which Scripture is set forth as the primary authority in doctrinal matters--so that both actually do begin biblically. continue

Results tagged “Trinitarianism” from Reformation21 Blog

Dr. Watts' Scheme

Article by   April 2019
Isaac Watts wrote nearly 600 hymns in the 18th Century. Churches around the world still sing many today. For instance, if you visited a congregation on any given Sunday in the English speaking world, it would not be a... continue

Aquinas Reconsidered (Part 2)

Article by   February 2018
Oliphint's discussion of Aquinas' view of God draws heavily on the claims of Cornelius Van Til, one of whose basic points of critique is that Aquinas' "idea of the analogy of being compromises the biblical doctrine of creation."1 In... continue

Subordination in Scripture: κεφαλή in 1 Corinthians 11:3

Article by   November 2016
Perhaps the text that is closest to the heart of the ESS (eternal subordination of the Son) debate is found in 1 Corinthians 11:3. The prominence of this text is in large measure due to the manner in which... continue
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