Responding to Jimmy Akin’s “Why I am not Eastern Orthodox”

April 24, 2012

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Why I Cannot In Good Conscience Be A Protestant: Part I (Salvation)

April 18, 2012

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For those who want to know about Orthodoxy

July 20, 2011

For those who want to know about Orthodoxy As a wise friend of mine says, if someone from the outside of the Orthodox church wants to really know about it, then read Orthodox writers, rather than your own churches writers on Orthodoxy, since in keeping with intellectual honesty and the virtue of being a good observer, you wouldn't recommend that a person should read about Calvinism from a Roman Catholic, nor would a Catholic want people learning about Catholicism from a Calvinist. While t … Read More

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Reformed pastor leaves for Orthodoxy

July 18, 2011

Reformed pastor leaves for Orthodoxy   About two years ago I was going through the transformation from Calvinism to Orthodoxy and I felt very much alone, low and behold, only 20 minutes away from where I attended every Sunday as a reformed minded person, another man was going through the same exact thing as I was. He was the assistant pastor at Anaheim Christ Reformed church, and a contributor to the Academy held at Anaheim Christ Reformed church. From what I understand, he was … Read More

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The Constant Mutiny of Protestants

July 7, 2011

St. Hilarion TroitskyIf and when I get time, I’m going to write my own examination of this phenomenon from an insider-layperson point of view… Read the rest of this entry »

Love Wins–Orthodox Gospel with Chairs

June 28, 2011

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Reformed Christology and the Westminster HTFC Report: A Critical Comment

June 25, 2011

Dr. Bruce McCormack, the Frederick and Margaret L. Weyerhaeuser Professor of Systematic Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary, had written an essay focused on the Christology of a relatively recent Historical Theological Field Committee report, (HTFC report), issued by Westminster Seminary.

The essay and it’s blog host, previously available here, has since been set to “private”, so it is only by God’s grace that this essay had already been in circulation before tracks could be covered up completely…. Read the rest of this entry »