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Herman Bavinck of the Perseverance of the Saints

Whatever apostasy occurs in Christianity, it may never prompt us to question the unchanging faithfulness of God, the certainty of his counsel, the enduring character of his covenant, or the trustworthiness of his promises. One should sooner abandon all creatures than to fail to trust his word. And that word in its totality is one […]

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Eschatology: The Crown and Capstone of Dogmatic Theology

Having a firm grasp on eschatology seems to be at times like attempting to grab a wet bar of soap. The doctrine of last things can be rather slippery and for this reason many theologians land on particular views of eschatology like a butterfly with sore feet, always looming above and rarely coming down to […]


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