Check out the blog of my friend Jacob, namely the Surburban Agrarian. It features an on-going series of book reviews on matters pertinent to agrarian thought, cultural wars, the Bible, church history, meta-politics, philosophy, and theology.
Imago Dei is the Latin transliteration of the aphorism, “Image of God,” as found in the Old Testament Book of Genesis in the grand divine creation narrative. This term “Image of God” is defined as the metaphysical expression rooted in mankind’s likeness to their Creator God, and it is associated uniquely to human beings, and […]
“Tolerance is the virtue of the man without convictions.” ―G.K. Chesterton “A movement that cannot or will not draw boundaries, or that allows the modern cultural fear of exclusion to set its theological agenda, is doomed to lose its doctrinal identity. Once it does, it will drift from whatever moorings it may have had in […]
A Message to Garcia is a widely distributed essay written by Elbert Hubbard in 1899, expressing the value of individual initiative and conscientiousness in work. The succinct essay uses a dramatized version of a daring escapade performed by an American soldier, 1st Lt. Andrew S. Rowan, on the eve of the Spanish–American War. It describes […]
“The collapse in evangelical doctrinal consensus is intimately related to the collapse in the understanding of, and role assigned to, Scripture as God’s Word spoken within the church.” ―Carl R. Trueman, Reformation: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, p. 98 The Apostle Paul under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, authoritatively avowed the veracity and divine inspiration […]