Monthly Archives: June 2009
My soul, thou art emerged in sin, So deep that none can trace; Look to the ransom God decreed To clear the guilty race. Had I the guilt of all the world, He’s able to forgive: Why should I fear? … Continue reading
I started reading through Herman Bavinck’s Essays on Religion, Science, and Society last Friday. Much of his writings (including his Reformed Dogmatics) cover the intersection of theology with philosophy and culture. In that sense, he is thoroughly Reformed. Surprisingly, his … Continue reading
I know, the title sounds completely arrogant and self-righteous. Hope you read this anyway.