Tag: salvation

  • Mental Illness: A Blessing in Disguise?

    I know that most readers may be taken aback by the title of this post. Some will be confused as to how mental illness could be a blessing. Can something which disturbs your life on a fundamental level, which causes so much pain, heartache, grief and even despair, be on any level good? I say […]

  • Reformed Life

    In the Garden Adam fell into sinIt has since been in us, within Adam was our federal headHe disobeyed what God said When he ate the forbidden fruitMan became rotten at the root Man is without excuseBorn in sin from his earliest youth We were saved from the world’s foundationThis fact causes some consternation We […]

  • Justification and the Gospel – A Response to N.T. Wright

    Is justification part of the gospel? Or is it a separate transaction? Is (final) justification delayed until the future when we face God’s judgment? What did the apostle Paul mean when he wrote about justification? Do we receive Christ’s imputed righteousness? N. T. Wright, a world-renowned (yes he’s very popular, but Arius was even more […]