Category Archives: Theology

Collective Salvation, part II

So what is collective salvation? If you’re like me, you’ve spent the last two weeks scouring the internet trying to find a clear definition of this elusive doctrine. And, if you’re like me, you’ve been largely unsuccessful. It seems obvious, … Continue reading

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Collective Salvation

There’s been a lot of buzz around the internet about the idea of Collective Salvation–whether or not our President believes in it, whether it is a spiritual or political idea (or somehow both, perhaps), whether it is taught in Scripture, … Continue reading

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Dear Ben & Guest Blogger Ben

I confess, I am disheartened. After reading that non-Reformed Christians focus more on self than anything, I felt it appropriate to share the foundation of my own faith–the words that I come back to time and again when trying to … Continue reading

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Send Glenn to Oxford

If you’ve been reading my blog at all this past year and still haven’t clicked the link to Glenn’s blog on the sidebar, I’m going to give you a chance to get in the game. Go HERE. Right now. Go … Continue reading

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Cake & Contradiction

In spite of what the proverb tells us, I believe that I can ‘have my cake and eat it, too.’  That’s right.  I love fence posts, particularly in dealing with theology. It’s why I’m a Molinist–because I welcome the alleged … Continue reading

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