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Dr. Millard Erickson Interview By Russell Moore

Dr. Erickson was the guest today on the Albert Mohler Radio Program. It’s worth a listen, as are most of the shows. Here is a the link. Can Christians learn anything from studying biology, history, or philosophy? Dr. Millard Erickson … Continue reading

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Video – Wayne Grudem “Go Grease Lightning” Spoof

I’m sorry to just now be linking this video, I am a few days behind on my email and RSS feeds. You can find the origininal here. HT: Ron for emailing me about it http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=7056448707523449803&hl=en-GB Lyrics Wayne Grudem “Go Grease … Continue reading

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The Trinity In Plain English

Justin Taylor breaks down Wayne Grudem’s teaching on the doctrine of the Trinity into a single blog post!

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The Calvinism Comeback With Collin Hansen

Matthew Hall interviews Collin Hansen on the Calvinism comeback among young Evangelicals. Collin was behind the Christianity Today article Young, Restless, Reformed. Those interested in American evangelical Protestantism will find Collin to be a keen observer of many of the … Continue reading

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Dr. Wellum on Baptism

Justin Taylor interviews Dr. Steven Wellum on Baptism and the Covenants. It is a text interview – so no Mp3 available.

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Who Hacked The Abstract?

What is the Abstract of Principles? Here is a brief explanation from Founders Journal: The Abstract of Principles is the first official confession of Faith which Southern Baptists endorsed. As Southern Baptist Theological Seminary opened its doors in 1859 in … Continue reading

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