An Informed Reformed Theonomic Response on the extremely uniformed article “A Critical evaluation of Theonomist eschatology” (PART 4)

PART 4: My own evaluation of the important contribution of theonomic postmillennialism by Slabbert Le Cornu[1] Previous articles: [PART 1: Introduction & The unscholarly uninformed method of CETE and the two crucial main questions in this debate that are also of big importance for the reformed community in SA] [PART 2: What does Theonomic Postmillennialism... Continue Reading →

An Informed Reformed Theonomic Response on the extremely uniformed article “A Critical evaluation of Theonomist eschatology” (PART 3)

PART 3: REFORMED THEONOMIC ROOTS THROUGH CHURCH HISTORY, ALSO IN SOUTH AFRICA by Slabbert Le Cornu[1] [PART 1: Introduction & The unscholarly uninformed method of CETE and the two crucial main questions in this debate that are also of big importance for the reformed community in SA] [PART 2: What does Theonomic Postmillennialism teach themselves in... Continue Reading →

An Informed Reformed Theonomic Response on the extremely uniformed article “A Critical evaluation of Theonomist eschatology” (PART 2)

PART 2: What does Theonomic Postmillennialism teach themselves in answer to CETE article’s accusations, according to the sources CETE uses but seemingly did not study? by Slabbert Le Cornu[1] [PART 1: Introduction & The unscholarly uninformed method of CETE and the two crucial main questions in this debate that are also of big importance for... Continue Reading →

An Informed Reformed Theonomic Response on the extremely uniformed article “A Critical evaluation of Theonomist eschatology” (PART 1)

An Informed Reformed Theonomic Response on the extremely uniformed article “A Critical evaluation of Theonomist eschatology” by Slabbert Le Cornu[1] PART 1: Introduction & The unscholarly uninformed method of CETE and the two crucial main questions in this debate that are also of big importance for the reformed community in SA “Abstract: Although the extreme form... Continue Reading →

GKSA TEOLOë TEN GUNSTE VAN DIE OORSPRONKLIKE REGTE VERSTAAN EN HANDHAWING VAN NGB ARTIKEL 36, DUS GEEN ‘NEUTRALE’ MENSEREGTE OWERHEID NIE

GKSA TEOLOë TEN GUNSTE VAN DIE OORSPRONKLIKE REGTE VERSTAAN EN HANDHAWING VAN NGB ARTIKEL 36, DUS GEEN 'NEUTRALE' MENSEREGTE OWERHEID NIE [GKSA studierapport van 1949 insake art. 36 van die Nederlandse Geloofsbelydenis, in die lig van die  21 woorde uitlating wat deur die Gereformeerde Kerke in Nederland (GKN, onder leiding van A. Kuyper en H. Bavinck)... Continue Reading →

RS CLARK, CALVIN AND THEONOMY

RS CLARK, CALVIN AND THEONOMY  Does God's law still apply to current civil governments and societies, and in what detail? Or is 'natural law' enough for governments to rule today, they do not need God's revealed laws or bow before King Jesus Christ?  What is and should be the relation between church and state, biblically... Continue Reading →

Godsdienstige feesdae in die nuwe nie-Christelike SA

Daar is nou heelwat voorleggings aan die ANC regering en parlement aangaande openbare vakansiedae, vir alternatiewe godsdienstige feesdae en/of om ander godsdienstige dae soos Goeie Vrydag en Kersfees te vervang en/of af te skaf. Ek plaas die GKSA se voorlegging aangaande die saak deur die Deputate Owerheid eerste, en daarna my bydrae oor die kwessie... Continue Reading →

‘n Paar teologiese opvattings van Dirk Postma (1818-1890)

[Hierdie blog-artikel kan ook hier gelees word in PDF formaat: https://proregno.files.wordpress.com/2010/07/teologiese-opvattings-van-dirk-postma2.pdf%5D Inhoud: Inleiding 1. Die sin van die Skrif 2. Bybel en wetenskap 3. die skeppingsdae 4. die ouderdom van die aarde 5. die gebruik van die burgerlike wette vandag 6. Die rusdag 7. die Skrif oor die feesdae 8. Uitverkiesing en Verbond Inleiding Dirk Postma... Continue Reading →

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