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All our Christmas gifts are also a celebration of that great gift that was given to us. We celebrate the Incarnation—the prerequisite gift that enabled God to give us the even greater gift of the crucifixion and resurrection. Jesus was born to die, and all of this—birth, life, death, resurrection and ascension—was given for us men and for our salvation.
A Different Angle
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Just a Lazy Day On the Lake
A Conference on the Protestant doctrine of the preservation of Scripture
Another Round on Federal Vision
And While We’re On the Subject . . .
In light of all the interest my conversation with James White generated, someone on Twitter suggested I post the chapter on justification from my book Westminster Systematics — my commentary on the Westminster Confession. Good idea, thought I, and so here it is. And here is a link to the book itself, if you are interested.
And because I don’t know how to leave well enough alone, below you can find my rendering of the Westminster Confession into verse. Only a dollar. Can you believe it is only a dollar? And can you believe that I rendered the Westminster Confession into verse? Some of you may be suspecting by this point that I have a little altar at my house set up for the Westminster, with candles and everything. Well, I don’t. But only because the Westminster prohibits that kind of tomfool thing.
Westminster in Verse
This offering is submitted an part of my efforts to find the ultimate niche product. And what better contender for that title than to render the Westminster Confession into blank verse? Now if nobody buys this thing, that would simply be an old-fashioned failure. But if one to three people buy it, then that would be a bona fide niche product. If ten thousand buy it, then that …