Monthly Archives: October 2012

John Frame on “Does God have a fundamental attribute?”

[It] is certainly tempting to say that love is God’s fundamental attribute, because 1 John 4:8, 16 says that “God is love,” and because a love that imitates God’s loves is central in biblical ethics (John 13:34-35; Phil. 2:1-11; 1 … Continue reading

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Vern Poythress: “Religion can be a deadly thing” and “Jesus came to heal heart corruption, not merely to reform people’s behavior”

Commenting on the religious leaders during Jesus’ day as recorded in the Gospels: Their situation shows a special irony. Their very religiosity and the satisfactory sense that they had of their own lives were keeping them from genuine religious health. … Continue reading

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Packer, Wesley, and the coronation rites of the king of England on the preciousness of the Bible

What is called for now [in modern day theologizing] is the humility that bows before the Scriptures and accepts them as instruction from God. They are God preaching, God talking, God telling, God instructing, God setting before us the right way to … Continue reading

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