Results tagged “creation” from Reformation21

Life on the Cultic Fringe

Article by   April 2010
The recent comments by Professor Bruce Waltke, to the effect that Christianity risks becoming a cult, or at least being perceived as a cult, unless it embraces evolution, have provoked a storm of comment, pro and con.  I do not... continue

Results tagged “creation” from Reformation21 Blog

William Evans and the Days of Creation

Article by   July 2013
Prof. William Evans of Erskine College has taken on Al Mohler on the days of creation, among other things. Steve Hays at Triablogue has offered a thorough response here. HT: The Aquila Report... continue

"We must take it all"

Article by   January 2013
D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones on the unity of Scripture:Higher criticism is man picking and choosing out of the Scriptures, believing what he likes and rejecting, or ignoring, the rest. It is man failing to submit himself completely and utterly to the... continue

"In Eden's sinless garden"

Article by   January 2013
7 6. 7 6 (St. Alphege)In Eden's sinless gardenA man and woman stood,Each crafted in God's image,And both entirely good.The serpent entered Eden,And entered both their hearts;And neither did resist him,Fell to his fiery darts.So Adam's abdicationWas punished by the... continue

Evans/VanDoodewaard Exchange on Creation

Article by   June 2012
Interested readers may follow the continuing exchange between Drs. William Evans and William VanDoodewaard over at the Aquilla Report.Here is the link to Evans's response to Dr. VanDoodewaard's piece, which was originally posted here at reformation21.Here is Dr. VanDoodewaard's rejoinder... continue

Guest Post: Response to William Evans

Article by   June 2012
Editors' Note: The following is a response to William Evans's recent reformation 21 article by Dr. William VanDoodewaard, who is associate professor of church history at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary and an ordained minister in the ARP.William Evans's latest piece... continue
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