Late in 2019, I finally was able to devote the time over Thanksgiving mostly to finish reading the final chapters of the book Forged from Reformation: How Dispensational Thought Advances the Reformed Legacy. To recap, my first post of this extended book summary covered the first section on historical theology. The second post covered the second … Continue reading What I Am Reading: Forged from Reformation – Part 3, The Rest of the Solas
A quote from Dr. Andy Woods about the sanctity of our lives as Christians as opposed to mere quality of life.
Today, on my 30th birthday, I would like to offer some personal and theological reflections on my first 30 years of life, especially my Christian life. I share about my salvation, my early years, my years of struggle, and my years of growth. I conclude with my hopes for the future.
Balance in doctrine and life is shown to have been taught by the greatest voices for traditional dispensationalism since the mid-1800s.
Today, I would like to share some thoughts on Free Grace theology and its relationship to the requirement of holiness. What am I referring to when I say "free grace theology"? Put briefly, free grace theology is marked by a firm defense of salvation through simple trust in Christ alone and the protection of that … Continue reading Free Grace Theology and the Requirement of Holiness