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The Third Use of the Law and the Finished Work of Christ

While there has been much debate over the precise nuances of the relationship between justification and sanctification, I thought that it might be helpful to set down what we can all be most certainly agreed upon with regard to the statements of the Westminster Confession of Faith and Larger Catechism regarding what has been commonly called, "the third use of the Law." Las...

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The Greatest Explanation Of What Happens In Conversion

Many of the readers of this blog will be familiar with Jonathan Edwards' well-known sermon A Divine and Supernatural Light, in which Edwards explains the biblical and theological idea of regeneration. It is arguably the greatest theological explanation of regeneration in all of church history. Just a few decades prior to Edwards' preaching A Divine and Supernatural Ligh...

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How Did Jesus Read the Old Testament?

There has been something of a biblical-theological revolution over the past several decades. It is not a revolution in which new doctrines are being uncovered so much as it is one by which our understanding of a Christ-centered and redemptive-historical interpretation of Scripture is being refined. Many in Reformed and Calvinistic churches have welcomed this development ...

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The Christward Collective

You may have noticed that content on this blog has slowed down a bit. Part of the reason for this is the schedule that I have as a husband, father, church planter, writer, speaker, etc. Additionally, last August I took on the responsibility of helping start and become the editor of the Christward Collective--a new Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals' blog. The idea behin...

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Jonathan Edwards Christology of the Song of Songs

Two weeks ago, I had the privilege of giving a lecture on "Jonathan Edwards' Christology of the Song of Songs" at the Jonathan Edwards for the Church Conference at Durham University. The lectures given at this Conference will be published in a volume by EP in the near future. For now, you find the audio and video of the talk here. You can also find some of the material i...

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