Pastor John MacArthur sat down for an interview with Ben Shapiro. I was glad to see this happen. MacArthur did a good job in presenting the gospel clearly and without compromise. Unfortunately, Shapiro, who is Jewish and very smart, failed to pick up on a big mistake made by MacArthur. (There were other mistakes, too. […]
Animals appear in Scripture as symbols in crucial theological areas: God, man, sacrifices, case laws, nations, tyrannies, food laws, prophecies, and more . . . all for important reasons to which we really need to pay attention. Your freedom depends on it. Commentary on Genesis 1:20-25. Podcast version here.
We have seen that man was created in the image of God, to think God’s his thoughts after him and to work God’s works after him. We must now acknowledge that man did not stay this way very long. When presented with a test and an option, mankind chose rebellion and sin. In terms of […]
Westminster West professor R. Scott Clark has posted a curious piece on his Heidelblog taking a characteristic swipe at Theonomy, but I have to say this one is rather rich: From 1980, when I first came into contact with Reformed theology, I also came into contact with theonomists. As a naïve evangelical I took Romans […]
Theocracy: Greek theokratia; theos “God” + kratos “rule” = “the rule of God.” In every nation there are different types of government such as republics, democracies, dictatorships, monarchies, etc. The structure of the government is based upon who is ultimately in control of that government. The structure of the government depends upon whom the laws […]