Defining Terms (Covenantal Complementarianism Part 1)

“Covenantal complementarianism” serves as a clarification, and sometimes a substantial correction, of the standard view of complementarianism within modern evangelicalism. It also serves as a vital bulwark against forms of egalitarianism that are clear departures from both Scriptural truth and physiological realities. The biblical, covenantal view departs from both ends of the spectrum. Christians, in... Continue Reading →

Power Religion and Taking Offense

A little over a year ago I wrote “Reformed Papists, Being Offended, and Rushdoony.” The main idea of that article was that being a “Reformed Papist” is very much a genuine affliction which deserves an objective label. When Christians employ that sort of term, it is not as if they are calling you a “poopy head,” a... Continue Reading →

A Field of Service and Authority

There was once a good master who owned a field. This master had two servants: a man and his wife. The master's job was to rule; him being the master and all. And the good master naturally desired many good crops. The job of the man was to produce crops for his master. The job... Continue Reading →

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