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Review: Justification, God’s Plan (Wright)

I wrote this in 2011.  I don’t think everything Wright said is correct, but we should definitely go with the idea of righteousness as covenant faithfulness. This is Tom Wright’s response to John Piper’s recent work on justification, and we … Continue reading

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Person and Nature in Gospel Coalition

This is a thought experiment based on reading a report on the Gospel Coalition‘s use of Trinitarian theology to undergird a certain view of husband-wife relations and authority.  For starters, let’s say that egalitarianism or complementarianism is true or false … Continue reading

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Martyn Lloyd-Jones: A Clean Power

The following  is from John Piper’s talk on Martyn Lloyd-Jones, though I had read the works in question long before I had heard the talk. Martin Lloyd-Jones’ Personal Experiences of Unusual Power Lloyd-Jones had enough extraordinary experiences of his own to … Continue reading

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