Results tagged “orthodoxy” from Reformation21 Blog

When Calling Yourself a "Christian" Isn't Enough

Article by   September 2017
As a new Christian, I was very interested in studying cults. I studied the nuances of Mormonism, Jehovah's Witnesses, Unitarianism, and so on. When we think of cults, we tend to think of groups that not only pervert what... continue

Great Scott: Thomas Boston's Orthodoxy (and mine?)

Article by   January 2016
If I, or an angel from heaven, should criticize the Marrow or the Marrow Men, let us be anathema. Imagine reading my post yesterday and coming to the following conclusions:That I was suggesting Thomas Boston was not orthodox in his covenant... continue

Noel Weeks on Biblical Background

Article by   July 2013
There is great confusion today about the role and possible influence of ancient Near Eastern texts on the Old Testament, particularly the opening chapters of Genesis. Last fall, Dr. Noel Weeks, expert historian and Senior Lecturer in Ancient History at... continue

Today in 1967

Article by   May 2008
On this day in 1967 the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the USA (PCUSA) adopted (what we now call) the 1967 Confession, a document largely influenced by the liberalization of the doctrine of Scripture (especially by Karl Barth).... continue
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