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Gary DeMar on Slavery, Abolitionism, and their Legacy

There has been a lot of discussion since we released Joel’s book The Problem of Slavery in Christian America. He has spoken extensively on the issue of race, and not always in a way that makes some of our followers comfortable. Some have even said, “This is not the same American Vision.” Without analyzing every […]

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An Incomplete Systematic Theology

Michael Horton is Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologetics at Westminster Seminary in Escondido, California. He has written a number of popular books on a variety of subjects. His latest book is The Christian Faith: A Systematic Theology for Pilgrims on the Way published by Zondervan in 2011 [1]. Horton promotes a two-kingdom worldview that […]

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Horton Hears a Hoot

Doug Wilson briefly takes on Michael Horton’s “two-kingdom” nonsense as the latter tried to infuse it as “Reformed” in his recent Tabletalk critique of N.T. Wright: [I]n the last column of the article, the whole thing starts to go south on Horton. He offers this complaint — “Wright also has a clear agenda to get […]

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