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POEM: Fungal Females

The mushrooms of Plath Push out from the lath Emerge from domestic walls And trouble the mighty in halls Of power The fungi of Dickinson Amuse and tickle some. But the fairly odd plant She describes in her chant As … Continue reading

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All over again

I’ve enjoyed Mark Jones work since I heard about his Antinomianism book. He’s now posting on Reformation21, and making the case for two things that re old bugaboo debates: the faith of Christ, the graciousness of the Adamic covenant, and … Continue reading

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Revising my Peter and The Amils post

New version “And Peter answered them “the sons of this period of broken history know churches are pure and less pure but those that are considered worthy to attain to the Future Reformed Catholic unity and the to the Resurrection … Continue reading

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Alan Hooker won’t post this, so here it is

this was a comment I left on Alan Hooker’s queer theology site. I think its respectful and to the point, so rather disappointed that Hooker is unwilling to engage such criticism ah, actually I think your work on genesis 1 … Continue reading

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Peter and the Amils

There came to Peter some amillenialists who deny there is progress through death and Resurrection by God in any sense in history, or human flourishing, and many other like things they deny. And they asked him a question, saying “Teacher, Usrinus wrote … Continue reading

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Mark Jones on Lutheran v Reformed

I’m reading Mark Jones new book on antinomianism, and he makes the point that many many orthodox people “affirm” the third use of the law but they practically never use it their preaching in such a way, and that this … Continue reading

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Baptismal Regeneration and the WCF

reblogged. He makes a fair point about Burgess at the end. It might still be amenable to the idea that the intended bad roman idea is that baptism will stop working once you sin. I think Cornelius Burgess has a … Continue reading

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