This past week, I shared the following links on social media and I think they’re worth sharing here too:
I appreciate the leadership the Australian Association for Reformed Political Action is showing on COVID-related matters.
Reformed Forum recently hosted a conference on the covenant of works. This talk by Danny Olinger is worth an hour or so of your time. It’s especially interesting to hear of the connections between Vos and Herman Bavinck. During the talk, Olinger mentions several writings by Vos on covenant theology. You can find “The Doctrine of the Covenant in Reformed Theology” here.
Disgusting, reprehensible, wicked. Thankfully, his denomination stood him down.
Murray Campbell: “It was only two months ago that I attended a meeting where three officials from the Victorian Government explained without equivocation that no person’s sexuality was broken, and suggesting so is morally unacceptable. I wonder, what they would call sending graphic messages to someone who isn’t your spouse?”
When I visited the Holocaust Museum in Washington a few years ago, I was struck by the honesty about Nazi racist ideology being rooted in Darwinism (“science”).
Traditio and Paradosis vs.Humanas Traditiones: Calvin on the Problem of Tradition
Great lecture by Richard Muller on Calvin’s view of tradition. The first question after the lecture (41:45) regards Calvin’s early refusal to subscribe to the Nicene Creed.