This is the first post in a series related to my new book on the theology of William Strong (ca. 1611–1654), an influential leader at the Westminster Assembly. Each post will focus on a particular question:
1. What is a covenant of works?
2. Did God make a covenant of works with Adam in the Garden?
3. In what sense is the covenant of works still in effect?
4. How does knowing about the covenant of works affect my life?
Georgi Vins and the Christian Resistance to Soviet Religious Persecution
William Shedd and the Genocide of Assyrian Christians
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Even within our own selves we are divided. We desire to do good, but our flesh drives us to do evil.
God is not like this. God is not divided.
Pastors and Polemics
Jonathan and James bring up a timeless topic facing pastors of every generation—most especially, today. Polemical debates and arguments rage in the streets, online, even from the pulpit. But, should pastors be involved, and—if so—to what extent?