Archive Reformed Irenicism Sacred Doctrine Steven Wedgeworth

The Federal Vision: Two Understandings of Salvation Held Together By One Name

(This essay continues a series on the Federal Vision that I have been writing since November, 2019. The first installment can be found here. The second is here. The third is here, and the fourth is here. Though I earlier stated that this essay would be my final one, I see the need for one […]

Eastern Europe/Caucasus Jordan Ballor Nota Bene

Concerning the Covenants

Concerning the Covenants [De Foederibus] The old covenant or testament was established in accordance with the righteousness of God through the Law, so that the righteousness of God might be vindicated from the false accusations of men; so that men would be inexcusable, guilty, and convicted by the old covenant and not absolved by their […]

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All That the Prophets Have Spoken: A Rejoinder to Feser Pt. 2

This is part 2 of a two-part reply. The first part is here. In my previous post I indicated that it would be helpful to provide a model for how the Jews could know the OT canon without an infallible magisterium, and in the following I will suggest how this process occurred. Any explanation for how […]

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Augustine on Temporal and Eternal Goods

In a previous post I made reference to medieval and older formulations that “have some significant implications for the relationship between general and special grace.” To wit, here’s this bit from Augustine’s City of God (19.13): God, therefore, is the most wise Creator and just Ordainer of all natures, Who has established the mortal human race […]