• God Glorified in the Evils of Statism

    God Glorified in the Evils of Statism

    The Background The first published sermon by American Puritan Jonathan Edwards in 1731 was titled Go...

  • The Wondrous J. Gresham Machen: Reformed Libertarian before there was such a thing

    The Wondrous J. Gresham Machen: Reformed Libertarian before there was such a thing

    I was reminded of a passage in J. Gresham Machen’s book The Christian View of Man the other da...

  • The Half-Way Covenant

    The Half-Way Covenant

    Half-Way Covenant, religious-political solution adopted by 17th-century New EnglandCongregationalist...

  • On the Future of Libertarianism

    On the Future of Libertarianism

    As libertarians, we often hear the good news: libertarianism is on the rise.  The youth are leaving ...

  • In Capitalism, Consumer is King. Much to Krugman’s Disapproval

    In Capitalism, Consumer is King. Much to Krugman’s Disapproval

    Paul Krugman, Court Economist, declares that “Amazon’s Monopsony is not O.K.” Wher...

  • Combating the Theonomist’s Trap

    Combating the Theonomist’s Trap

    Should the Mosaic Judicial code be the standard for civil governments today?  Theonomists answer in ...

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Today’s Picks: Oct 16th

See the previous daily picks here Theological and Philosophical —>Brandon Adams, at his blog Contrast, quotes at large from John Erskine’s the Nature of the Sinai Covenant after providing some quotes on the same issue from John Owen, A.W. Pink, and Abraham Booth.  If you are into Covenant Theology and are desiring to learn more about it, I recommend this.  The ... Read More »

Today’s Picks: Sept 29

See the previous daily picks here. Theological and Philosophical —> Richard Barcellos wrote an important summary of the Confessional view of the Trinity, which can be found here.  It is vital that we understand that God is one and three in two different senses. We need to make this clear, lest we get into Van Tillian paradox land where God ... Read More »

Today’s Picks: Sept 26

See yesterday’s picks here. Theological and Philosophical —> Recently, Sean Gerety wrote a two part series defending the doctrine of “Justification by Belief Alone.”  Following the tradition of Gordon H. Clark, Gerety upholds the idea that faith and belief are synonymous and that to add something to belief in order to make it faith is wrongheaded.  Often, many in the Reformed ... Read More »

Today’s Picks: Sept 25

See yesterday’s picks here. Theological and Philosophical —> From February of this year, Reformed Baptist Tom Chantry addresses the philosophy, among other things, of John Frame.  While it was a controversial piece (these issues always are and John Frame is popular in Reformed circles), there is much to be gained from it.  The epistemological portion of it was most interesting to ... Read More »