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I am looking to spearhead the transcribing of Archibald Alexander's "Lecture Notes on Systematic Theology", hand-written by Charles Hodge. This, of course, is a treasure.
Alexander was the first professor of Old Princeton Seminary (early 1800's), and this work is unavailable in any other form. I have split up the work into 11 sections of roughly 20-30 pages each.
I would greatly appreciate your help...
Hello everyone, I came across a site to request a pastor's review copy of the soon to be released CSB.
In the absence of the blogs of old where one could collect links to significant threads, I'd like to post here for reference some previous textual threads (I'll be doing the same for Baptism and misc material, and eschatology).
Jerusalem Blade's textual posts (a partial compilation)
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I’ve been looking for and collecting these for a while, and am posting them as I recently said I would, for the benefit of those who...
I've plugged this once but now R. Scott Clark has weighed in so it is worth another plug.
"Gijsbertus Voetius (1589–1676) is perhaps the linchpin of Dutch Reformed theology in the 17th century. To shift metaphors, he is the Grand Central Station of Reformed orthodoxy in the Netherlands. In one way or another all the various trains seem to run through or...
I was listening to Ligon Duncan on Covenant theology and I'm pretty sure I heard him say that since Genesis 1-28 was God telling Adam to take dominion over everything, Adam actually sinned by not kicking the serpent out of the garden. I know that isn't what caused the fall, but did Adam sin before ? If not, how is allowing Satan into Gods dwelling place when you had been ordered to have dominion over everything not sin?
I see that Piper and Keller and N.T. Wright really seem to focus on the concept of enjoying God. And that is the chief end of man to Glorify and enjoy him forever. I see a similar posture from Spurgeon... When all is said and done they all acknowledge a heaven to gain and a hell to shun, but it seems they almost seem to really have the crux of the Gospel to be presented in a sense where its really fulfillment, and joy, and the like (this actually resonates with me), but I wonder is it a...
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