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The Doctrine of Creation: A Constructive Kuyperian Approach (Part 1)

Dr. Benjamin Quinn interviews Craig Bartholomew about his and Bruce Ashford’s forthcoming The Doctrine of Creation: A Constructive Kuyperian Approach (Downers Grove, IL: IVP Academic, 2020). BQ: How and why did you and Bruce decide to write this volume? CB: In Canada, several years ago, from time to time we would gather a group of …

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Pursuing a Principled Government—John Witherspoon (1723 – 1794)

John Witherspoon was a Scottish pastor with a University of Edinburgh education before he accepted an invitation to become the College of New Jersey’s (Princeton) sixth president in 1768—a post he held until he died. A member of the Continental Congress, Witherspoon was a signatory of the Declaration of Independence. Seeing public life as but the …

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Why Study Logic?

I’m really enjoying starting a year-long study of introductory logic with a fantastic group of students. But you might wonder if we really need to study logic? In his wonderful book, Socratic Logic, the eminent Christian philosopher Peter Kreeft gives several compelling reasons to study logic. Here’s a sampling of the many good reasons that …

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The Greatest Nation on Earth—Peter J. Leithart (1959 – )

Peter J. Leithart is Senior Fellow of Theology and Literature at New St. Andrew’s College, Moscow, Idaho, and author of a number of books on theology and literature. In a book written in 1993 against the backdrop of the U.S. “culture wars,” he acknowledges the many-sided attack on Christian values in contemporary society. He then …

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Calvin on the Consolation of God’s Judgment

Here is an extraordinary statement from Calvin—from his preface to Pierre Olivetan’s New Testament published in 1734. It gives a vivid sense of the tradition that Edwards was self-consciously aligned with throughout his life. And we have a still greater and a more sure consolation, when we turn our eyes away from this whole world …

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