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Review: Grudem, Politics According to the Bible

Grudem, Wayne. Politics According to the Bible. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2010. This book was a pleasure to read. It combined warm piety with robust, pinpointing analysis. It addressed almost every relevant issue. As it was written in 2010, it is … Continue reading

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Grudem on Economics

From Politics According to the Bible. Thesis: The Bible defends a system where property belongs to the people (262).  This is implied in 8th commandment. “On reason why communism is so incredibly dehumanizing is that when private property is abolished, govt … Continue reading

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The Gift of Prophecy (Wayne Grudem)

Like all of Wayne Grudem’s books, this one is carefully argued and written with a warm, easy style. The thesis itself is only 228 pages.  The rest of the book is appendices containing responses, specific exegesis, and reprinted articles. Grudem … Continue reading

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Wayne Grudem on Patriotism

This is from his Politics According to the Bible. He has a great section on a godly patriotism. Nations are legitimate because: God has established nations on the earth (Gen. 10, Acts 17:26; Job 12.23). Nations divide and disperse govt power … Continue reading

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Erickson contra Grudem

This isn’t immediately related to Protestant Scholasticism, but Erickson’s work is an important contribution to the current Trinitarian chaos. Erickson, Millard.  Who’s Tampering with the Trinity? In responding to the subordinationist debate on the Trinity, Erickson gives us much more … Continue reading

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Who’s Tampering with the Trinity?

In responding to the subordinationist debate on the Trinity, Erickson gives us much more than a snapshot of the current battle. He gives us a model on how to do systematic (or missional, if you are in the PCA) theology. … Continue reading

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