The Fatal Flaw of the Theology Behind Infant Baptism (Revised)
Reformed Baptist Blog
by Keith Throop
3M ago
Back in 2010, I offered a brief review and recommendation of The Fatal Flaw of the Theology Behind Infant Baptism, in which I stated that it then topped my list of the best books in defense of believer’s baptism. Well, it still tops my list, so you can imagine how excited I am that it ..read more
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James White is Interviewed by Nate Sala on the Wise Disciple Program
Reformed Baptist Blog
by Keith Throop
6M ago
I found this interview quite enjoyable, and I hope the blog’s readers will as well ..read more
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Review of Interpreting Scripture With the Great Tradition — Part 2 “Christian Platonism”
Reformed Baptist Blog
by Keith Throop
1y ago
In my previous post, I began a four part series addressing the book Interpreting Scripture with the Great Tradition: Recovering the Genius of Premodern Exegesis, by Craig A. Carter. As we saw in that post, Carter could speak of “the Great Tradition” as though it were synonymous with his understanding of the Nicene doctrine of ..read more
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Review of Interpreting Scripture With the Great Tradition — Part 1 “Great Tradition”
Reformed Baptist Blog
by Keith Throop
1y ago
This post is the first of four brief posts that will address the book Interpreting Scripture with the Great Tradition: Recovering the Genius of Premodern Exegesis, by Craig A. Carter. In this post, I would like to address first a troublesome concept found in the title of the book, namely the Great Tradition. The blog’s ..read more
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Scripture IS the Great Tradition
Reformed Baptist Blog
by Keith Throop
1y ago
There has been a great deal of talk lately about the so-called “Great Tradition.” In fact, I am currently reading a book entitled Interpreting Scripture With the Great Tradition: Recovering the Genius of Premodern Exegesis, a book which seeks to hold up a somewhat nebulously defined “Great Tradition” to which it calls Christians to return ..read more
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Praising God for His Providential Protection
Reformed Baptist Blog
by Keith Throop
2y ago
Therefore, having been justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ, 2 through whom also we have access by faith into this grace in which we stand, and rejoice in hope of the glory of God. 3 And not only that, but we also glory in tribulations, knowing that tribulation ..read more
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Let God Speak: Hermeneutics by James White
Reformed Baptist Blog
by Keith Throop
2y ago
I was greatly encouraged by this teaching from James White. I share his perspective on the issues discussed in this video, and I teach from the same point of view when I teach biblical hermeneutics (both in my church and when teaching at GBTS). May God help us to remain faithful ..read more
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Reformed Thomists?
Reformed Baptist Blog
by Keith Throop
2y ago
In the video above, James White does a good job discussing the growing number of so-called “Reformed Thomists” and the dangers of Thomism. It is well worth taking time to watch ..read more
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Psalm 2:12 Teaching Outline
Reformed Baptist Blog
by Keith Throop
2y ago
David Calls Upon the Nations to Trust in the LORD Thus far in our study of this psalm we have seen how David contemplated the rebellion of the nations against the LORD and His Messiah (vss. 1-3), then how he described the LORD Himself speaking of His Messiah (vss. 4-6), and then how he began ..read more
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Psalm 2:10-11 Teaching Outline
Reformed Baptist Blog
by Keith Throop
2y ago
David Calls Upon the Nations to Cease Their Rebellion Thus far in our study of this psalm we have seen how David contemplated the rebellion of the nations against the LORD and His Messiah (vss. 1-3), then how he described the LORD Himself speaking of His Messiah (vss. 4-6), and then how he began to ..read more
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