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How Much Did the OT Writers Know? (2): The Spectre of Bibliological Eutychianism

Dr. Bill Evans of Erskine College has written a post here regarding a growing theological controversy at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia (actually, it seems that the controversy has already been settled unilaterally). At the heart of this controversy is the question, how much did the human authors of the Old Testament know when they were […]

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Two Approaches to the Church’s Mission

Christopher Wright. The Mission of God’s People. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2010. Kevin DeYoung and Greg Gilbert. What Is the Mission of the Church? Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2011. Imagine that you are responsible for drafting your church’s budget for the upcoming year. Further suppose that a large portion of the budget has traditionally been allocated to a certain […]

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