Daily Archives: 30/09/2010

Witnessing to Presbyterians

Witnessing to Presbyterians

Posted in Fundamentalism, Presbyterian, Reformed

E.J. Carnell on fundamentalism

‘Fundamentalism is a lonely position.  It has cut itself off from the general stream of culture, philosophy and ecclesiastical tradition.  This accounts, in part, for its robust pride.  Since it is no longer in union with the wisdom of the … Continue reading

Posted in Fundamentalism

What you can buy me for Christmas: a Monticello bookstand

A Monticello bookstand:

Posted in Visual Arts

I’d like to live in this tree house

Click on the image to enlarge it.

Posted in Visual Arts

Christian theology in the nineteenth & twentieth centuries: an annotated bibliography by Jim Beilby

Christian theology in the nineteenth & twentieth centuries: an annotated bibliography by Jim Beilby Very useful because of the brief annotations.

Posted in Authors, Bibliographies, Theology

After John Henry Newman is G.K. Chesterton next?

Dr. William Oddie thinks so: After John Henry Newman, who next?  My answer is that it can only be Gilbert Keith Chesterton

Posted in Authors

Why is it important to study theology?

Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite, former president of Chicago Theological Seminary (1998-2008), has the answer: Ignorance is not bliss

Posted in Theology

Hippolytus on infant baptism

‘Baptize first the children, and if they can speak for themselves let them do so.  Otherwise, let their parents or other relatives speak for them.’ ~ Hippolytus, The Apostolic Tradition 21:16 [A.D. 215]

Posted in History, Presbyterian, Reformed, Theology