Perseverance, Final Salvation, and the Reality of Apostasy: An Investigation

The following is a lesson plan for a small group of which I am a part.  If you aren't a part of the small group and happen to read the questions and wonder how one might tackle the issue, I would point you to the following helpful volume: The Race Set Before Us. With that [...]


Sensus Divinipodcastis

Everyone has an innate awareness that there exists a gloriously sublime podcast.  And I am here to point you to it 🙂 Allow me to introduce Sensus Divinipodcastis; a new podcast by yours truly. I've always wanted to theologize about movies, other podcasts, and books; to use these mediums as springboards to discuss ethics, philosophy, [...]

A Plea to my Reformed Brothers: Beware the Creeping Advance of Reductionism and Hyper-Calvinism

Dear Reformed reader, I have no idea how to convince you that a tumor has been growing on the underbelly of Calvinism for some time now. Quotations from Reformed stalwarts have been amassed. Compelling arguments have been marshaled. Videos have been produced. Reasoned exegesis has been offered. But 9 out of 10 times it falls [...]

Do All Infants Go to Heaven When They Die? A Reply to Those Who Answer in the Negative

The idea is simple enough: the guilt of Adam is passed on to all the inhabitants of the human race. Therefore, infants who die need to be saved just as much as adult sinners. So far so good. The real fork in the road occurs when some go on to say that since the Scriptures [...]

Limited Expiation and The Universal Well-Meant Offer: Illustrating Further the Logical Problem

Imagine two men sitting at the bottom of two pits. They love the filth and darkness and are more troll like than human. In short time, both will die in their diseased pits. Because of God's love for both of the men, He drops a rope down to them and calls out, “Grab the rope! [...]