Author Archives: C. M. Granger
I’ll be blogging primarily at Coffee Rings, stop by and check us out. I will keep the Threshing Floor open, but posting here will be infrequent (as it has been for a while now).
I find it curious that frequently the most ardent opponents of Calvinism are those who have read John Calvin the least. Justin Taylor recently had a nice post on reading through the Institutes in one year, which you can find … Continue reading
A good example of Robinson’s erudite criticism: The God Delusion
Dr. Bob Gonzales, the Dean of Reformed Baptist Seminary, has a nice series of blog posts addressing the need for a modern day revision of the 1689. Links to all 17 parts can be found at the bottom of this … Continue reading
Excellent piece by Wayne Grudem here. HT: Jim Hamilton
It’s that time of year again (my favorite):
Charles Thomas Studd was an English missionary to China, India, and Africa. He spent the last 20 years of his life in one of the least evangelized parts of the world (the Belgian Congo) in the early 20th century. The … Continue reading
“The sense of the believer doing all things not only to the glory of God but in God’s presence (coram deo) has been a precious truth to Reformed people. God not only controls and commands, but in all of our … Continue reading
Now that I’m rested and ready from my long vacation, having recovered from all the blogger stress…be on the lookout for some new posts.
David Platt’s not dodgy on the gospel.