Oopsies In The Hands of a Loving Daddy: The Decline of Sound Theology

July 8, 1741, Enfield, Connecticut. Jonathan Edwards, a philosophical theologian entered into the pulpit to preach his sermon, which became the most famous sermon in American history. To this day, even secular schools inform students about its historical impact.  While Edwards was preaching, he was constantly interrupted by several people moaning and crying and some even fainted. Edwards rightly taught people about a God who wasn’t just loving, but a God who is angry with the wicked. (Psalm 7:11)
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Sexism In the Reformed Community

Sexism, that word has almost lost its meaning with the rise of third-wave feminism. However, this in no way suggests that it doesn’t exist. I don’t identify as a feminist, however they do have a point that sexism is a problem in 21st-century society. This issue isn’t contained to one particular group, I’m only focusing on the Reformed community because it’s the community I’m a part of and heavily identify with.
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More Amygdala Than Cerebral: A Response to Evan Minton

A few days ago, I responded to an article written on Cerebral Faith by Evan Minton. He has now responded to my response, so I will now respond to his response of my response. Under the subheading of “preliminary issues” Evan merely restates some basic Arminian presuppositions on John 3:16 but concedes that “All I’ll say is that “world” and “all people” or “everyone” can indeed mean less than all humanity when the context warrants or indicates it.” (bold his.)  He then goes on to presuppose a universal salvific will, a one will view and the intentions of God into atonement, admits to doing so and then says the verse fits in this pre-made theological box and therefore sees no reason why John 3:16 would fit in with a limited atonement scheme. (Hint: How about those folks who are already condemned in John 3:18?)
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