In 1.3.1 Francis Turretin, while discussing the subject of theology in general, answers the question “Whether natural theology may be granted?” The question focuses on natural theology after the Fall not on the theology of Adam prior. Turretin asks if there is a natural faculty implanted in humanity that embraces the capability of understanding and … Continue reading Turretin: Does Man Know God Naturally?
Francis Turretin (1623-1687) wrote one of the most influential works in Reformed theology. His works were influential and used as text books till the time of Hodge. Turretin is a special jewel that was largely forgotten in Reformed circles. In volume 3 of his three volume work he discusses infant baptism. The question he starts … Continue reading Turretin: Infants of Believers Should be Baptized