Daily Archives: 16 Oct 2018

The Fate of All Godless (Politicians)

“They are the most exquisite pains of soul and body (for both had sinned), arising from the fear and sense of the most just wrath and vengeance of God against sins, the most sad consciousness of which they carry about … Continue reading

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If They Don’t Act Like Christians, They Aren’t Christians

And they should be denounced as the wolves in sheep’s clothing that they are.  The silence of too many Christians simply to be ‘polite’ has led to a situation where any heretic and false teacher can claim to be a … Continue reading

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Zeal For Your House? Or Something Else?

“I have become a stranger to my brothers, And an alien to my mother’s children; Because zeal for Your house has consumed me, And the reproaches of those who reproach You have fallen on me.” (Ps. 69:8-9) The Psalmist means … Continue reading

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Self Love Rules the World

Because Christ’s teachings contradict the interests of selfish men, that’s why the world so generally rises up against it with indignation, even as a country will rise against an invading enemy: for he comes to take away that which is … Continue reading

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You Evangelicals Are Heretics

Kindly stop calling yourselves Christians. You aren’t.

Posted in Modern Culture

Millennials Don’t Want To Vote?

Millennials will pay for it. Literally. You guys and gals might want to start voting the politicians out who are screwing you.

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Silence is Sin

[When sin abounds] we must not be silent, lest we disgrace religion and the church, simply in order to curry favor with sinners. — Richard Baxter

Posted in Theology


Dogmatik als gedankliche Rechenschaft des christlichen Glaubens ist eine soteriologische Interpretation der Wirklichkeit. Sie analysiert ihre Erlösungsbedürftigkeit unter der Voraussetzung der biblisch bezeugten Erlösungswirklichkeit. Das ist der Grundgedanke des renommierten Wiener Systematikers Ulrich H. J. Körtner in seinem umfassenden Lehrbuch, das fünf … Continue reading

Posted in Books, Theology

Sometimes There Are Stupid Questions

You say no, without hesitation. A robot has no soul, it needs no redemption, it cannot receive redemption, it takes no part in the sacraments, it has no part in the community of faith, and it does not know God.

Posted in Modern Culture, Theology

Vanity Publishing* and Vanity Conferencing

We all know the academic guy or gal who poo poos the folk who pay to have their stuff published by vanity presses.  ‘Oh, so and so published their work at Smyth and Stock and of course it can’t be … Continue reading

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What Are You Supposed to Do If You Have an Ignorant Pastor?

If he be intolerable, through ignorance, heresy, disability, or malignity, forsake him utterly: but if he be tolerable, though weak and cold, and if you cannot remove your dwelling, then public order and your soul’s edification must both be joined … Continue reading

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