How do we stay faithful to our confession while being engaged in the world? We suggest neo-Calvinism holds resources for Christians to navigate difficult and perennial questions such as this.
Sanctification is ultimately grounded in and perpetuated through the gospel of Jesus Christ to people who know they are sinners.
Thaddeus Williams doesn’t merely suggest that libertarian free will is uncalled for, he argues that it’s outright incompatible with true love and much of the biblical data.
We’ve unnecessarily and unknowingly let flattened theological views determine our perspectives on other issues.
J. I. Packer’s introduction to John Owen’s brilliant work, “The Death of Death in the Death of Christ,” is justly famous. For Packer, Owen reminds us of the glory of the “old gospel”: that Christ secured the salvation of sinners in dying for us.