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Author Archives: Ephraim's Arrow
My blogs are projects and explorations in expertise. I start a blog to research as much on a subject as I can. This blog dealt with Reformed Scholasticism, and I will keep the articles up. My other blog, negatingthevoid, dealt … Continue reading
This is his second volume on the Middle Ages. It is tempting to color the Middle Ages either as a period of gross or superstition or incredible beauty. This answer is neither. Or both. Much as we may be disgusted, … Continue reading
From History of the Christian Church, vol. 5: The Middle Ages 1049-1294. These are my notes. I am simply reporting what Schaff reported, though I think he is accurate. Not all sacred rites, or sacramentalia, are the Seven Sacraments (703). All … Continue reading
Subordination: talk of Christ’s subordination referred to his mediatorial kingdom, when he handed it over to the Father (115). Richard Muller, Post Reformation Reformed Dogmatics. Triunity of God.
Moore, Edwin Nisbet. Mentor Publishing. 2000. Nisbet Moore sets the stage with a brief of review of the First and Second Reformations in Scotland. Moore flies through the events of the English Civil War and the accession of the pervert … Continue reading
by Crawford Gribben. Crawford Gribben suggests, perhaps ironically, that John Owen’s life is shaped around a series of “defeats.” The major moments and triumphs of Owen’s life appear to have been frustrated: the godly republic, the vision of a godly … Continue reading
I got bogged down in reading. Books I was supposed to finish got put on hold since the Library ILL system came with my other requests, which is good, I suppose.
Originally posted on Reformed Covenanter:
The Dutch Reformed theologian Herman Witsius gave the following praise to King William III for his role at the Battle of the Boyne in 1690: Surely I shall never forget that day on which the…