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This is what John Calvin has said about what knowledge is. I call that knowledge, not what is innate in man, nor what is by diligence acquired, but that which is delivered to us by the Law and the Prophets. Commentary on Jeremiah 44:1. Geneva edition, 1576, 326

This is a list of Gordon Clark quotes about Jean-Paul Sartre and Empiricism. For each quote, there is a link where you can purchase the book where the quote came from. For Gordon Clark quotes about empiricism in general, visit Gordon Clark Quotes – Empiricism. Gordon Clark Refutes Jean-Paul Sartre, Empiricism (Wheaton Lectures) From Clark […]

Donald Trump calls himself a non-denominational Christian, and his policies as President of the United States were friendly towards Christians, but if we compare Trump’s life and words to the Bible, it is clear that he is not in fact a true, regenerated, saved Christian. How do we know this? We Can Judge People by […]

The Epistle of Barnabas is a very early Christian writing. It was probably written about AD 80–120. Although it is not part of the New Testament canon, it is often mentioned by various church fathers. Epistle of Barnabas – Kirsopp Lake Translation CHAPTER 1 – Greeting and introduction — Three doctrines– Prophecy 1 Hail, sons […]

This page contains a list of the writings of the early church fathers. Apostolic Church Fathers Didache (~ AD 50–120) Didache – Roberts-Donaldson Translation Didache – J. B. Lightfoot Translation Didache – Charles H. Hoole Translation Didache – Kirsopp Lake Translation Epistle of Barnabas (~ AD 80–120) Epistle of Barnabas – J. B. Lightfoot Translation […]

The apostolic church fathers were the early church fathers who were contemporaries with the apostles of the New Testament. List of Apostolic Church Fathers and Works This is a list of the apostolic church fathers, or works written by apostolic church fathers. Letters attributed to Clement of Rome: The First Epistle of Clement and the […]

What’s the relationship between faith, works, salvation, and regeneration? The answer is actually pretty simple: we’re saved through faith alone, but true, saving faith will always be accompanied by, and result in, good works. This is because both faith and good works are the result of regeneration, which is where God gives a sinner a […]

Van Til and Bahnsen argue that sensation and science are valid means of obtaining truth, as long as they’re undergirded with Christian presuppositions. Clark argues that sensation cannot produce knowledge, and science cannot produce truth. Clark has a more narrow definition of “truth.” Bahnsen writes this: “I do not conclude that science has no right […]

thought and knowledge cannot be obtained from pure sensation… sensation in terms of thought rather than thought in terms of sensation …thought and knowledge cannot be obtained from pure sensation; or, in other words, to preserve a connection between sense experience and rational knowledge, sensation must be understood as an incipient form of reason. The […]

This excerpt is from Vincent’s Cheung’s Presuppositional Confrontations. “Imagine that we are watching a game of tennis on television, although for our purpose it can be just about any kind of game – basketball, football, or even chess.” A Priori Knowledge vs. Blank Slate Sensory Experience “Suppose that I know the rules of tennis, but […]

This page contains all of the questions and answers of An Orthodox Catechism, written by Hercules Collins, along with easily viewable Scripture references. About An Orthodox Catechism This catechism, first published in 1680, is a Particular (i.e., seventeenth-century Calvinistic) Baptist revision of the Heidelberg Catechism. Other Catechisms Catechism for Boys and Girls Baptist Catechism Westminster […]

This is a list of helpful Reformed blogs. The purpose of this page is to provide a list of solid Reformed resources, as well as to develop a directory of Reformed bloggers and content creators. To submit another blog to this list, fill out the form at the bottom, here. Note: The authors of these […]

Many people wonder what exactly happens after death. After death, there is a temporary state for both Christians and non-Christians until Jesus returns. After Jesus returns, Christians will experience the resurrection of their physical bodies, and non-Christians will experience a final judgment. The Temporary State – What Happens After Death? The Temporary State for Christians […]

Whether pets go to heaven is a very common question. The short answer is that since pets do not have souls the way humans do, pets probably do not go to heaven. After a pet or an animal dies, that pet or animal likely ceases to exist. At the same time, there will certainly be […]

Bart Ehrman is an extremely popular critic of orthodox Christianity. This purpose of this page is to demonstrate that Ehrman’s criticisms and conclusions concerning orthodox Christianity are false. Response to Bart Ehrman’s “Lost Christianities: The Battles for Scripture and the Faiths We Never Knew” More Resources James White vs. Bart Ehrman Debate

In ”Lost Christianities: The Battles for Scripture and the Faiths We Never Knew”, Bart Ehrman claims that early Christianity was so fargmented that, essentially, there were possibly as many forms of Christianity as there were people.1 This page heavily utilizes content from The Heresy of Orthodoxy by Andreas J. Kostenberger and Michael J. Kruger. Summary […]

Some argue that Galatians 3:27 teaches that baptism is necessary for salvation. However, clearer Scripture passages definitively teach that baptism is not necessary for salvation—since justification is by faith alone—and there is a very reasonable of Galatians 3:27 that does not contradict with the doctrine of justification by faith alone. Galatians 3:27 – Is Baptism […]