The Reformed faith is framed by covenantal thinking. The covenants of Scripture are what you see when you take away everything related to Reformed faith and practice. At the foundation of our doctrines is the doctrine of the Trinity. We don’t look at the Trinity as one of the doctrines that are added on or part of … Continue reading The Trinity is Foundational
When a laymen begins their studies of the Trinity, church father Augustine made a helpful saying that comes to mind. "anyone who denies the Trinity is in danger of losing her salvation, but anyone who tries to understand the Trinity is in danger of losing her mind." There are good reasons for the complexity of … Continue reading The Trinity Again?
“Thus it comes about that we see men who in his absence normally remained firm and constant, but who, when he manifests his glory, are so shaken and struck dumb as to be laid low by the dread of death - are in fact overwhelmed by it and almost annihilated. As a consequence, we must … Continue reading Man Before the Majesty of God