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Turretin vol. 2, review

Turretin, Francis.  Institutes of Elenctic Theology vol 2. Hard to know where to start. Turretin is simply majestic. He was the greatest Reformed theologian of all time. Ideally, this review would give an indepth analysis of all of Turretin’s key … Continue reading

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Messiah: Governor of the Nations

Messiah: Governor of the Nations of the Earth by Alexander McLeod, D.D. This is a lengthy pamphlet outlining the basic Covenanter (and Reformed) view of Christ the Mediator and what this doctrine entails for the civil magistrate.  It is no … Continue reading

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A Faith Worth Teaching (notes)

This book was given to me courtesy of a dear friend. The historical essays are interesting but nothing earth-shattering.  The true “money” is in the doctrinal essays, especially the ones by Horton and Jones.   Washed from my sins Standard … Continue reading

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Review of Preus Post-Reformation Lutheranism

Like Richard Muller in the Reformed tradition, Robert Preus shows how theological prolegomena orders the rest of one’s theology. While as a Reformed Christian I will disagree with both some of his conclusions and method, I appreciate the rigor and … Continue reading

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