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 →

Theonomic Precedent in the Theology of John Calvin

Theonomic Precedent in the Theology of John Calvin by rev. Christopher B. Strevel An essay in commemoration of Dr. Greg Bahnsen (1947-1995), whose work in theology, philosophy, and apologetics rendered to the Church of Jesus Christ a lasting contribution, offered in humble thanksgiving to Almighty God for the impact of his work upon my own... Continue Reading →

Die verhouding tussen die 6de en 7de gebod

"The typically not understood principle is that if human life is sacred (6th commandment - slc), then the act that generates human life is sacred (7th commandment - slc). Conversely, if the act that generates life is treated as a thing that is recreational or casual in nature, then the biological end of that act... Continue Reading →

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