Book Review: A Puritan Theology-Doctrine For Life

A Puritan Theology: Doctrine For Life by Joel Beeke & Mark Jones Rating 4/5 Who should read it and why? Those interested in Puritan theology, and furthermore, the development of Reformed Theology. The section on practical theology is worth the entire price. Review This book is a goldmine of Puritan theological research. It is structured…

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What is meekness?

People commonly have the conception that meekness is a sign of weakness. To be meek, they say, is to let yourself be run over, to be a wimp. Jesus says, blessed are the meek, or in today's mind, blessed are the weak. Is that what it means? Men more learned then myself, provide an answer.…

Theology Talk: Double Imputation

Double imputation is the imputation or transfer of believer's sins to Christ, and His perfect righteousness to believers, whereby God sees believers as cloaked in the righteousness of Christ. There is no inherent or infused righteousness in man. Christ gets our sin, we get His righteousness. Previously, I discussed justification and what it entails. Wrapped up in justification is the concept of double…

Theology Talk: Justification

Justification is a one time objective legal declaration by God, that even though we have no inherent righteousness of our own, we are forgiven of our sins and we are now declared righteous because God has credited to our account the righteousness of Christ.