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Another Two Kingdoms Critique

Back in February, the Reformed magazine Christian Renewal printed an article by Peter Escalante and myself which summarized our critique of the neo-“two kingdoms” theology popularized by certain theologians associated with Westminster Seminary in California and others in the OPC, PCA, and other Reformed denominations. As in so much of our writings on this topic, we explained […]

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Good for the Gander: Tuininga’s Invitation to Discourse

It can be readily admitted that, among the recent school of “two kingdoms” thought, Matthew Tuininga represents some valuable emphases. Over against cheap criticisms of the doctrine, he has consistently affirmed the role of Scripture in public theology and he has put considerably more emphasis (see comments) on the relationship between creation and redemption than […]