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“He is the Telos” by Richard Gaffin

The opening words of Hebrews (vv.1-2a) are particularly instructive in this regard since they provide explicit biblical warrant for the approach we are designating redemptive-historical. Along with a couple of other closely correlative references to God’s speaking in 2:2-3 and … Continue reading

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Quotes from Dominion & Dynasty

On the goal of Exodus: The goal of Exodus is thus the building of the Edenic sanctuary so that the Lord can dwell with his people, just as he once was Yahweh Elohim to the first human beings (100) On … Continue reading

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“An absolutely indissoluble union” by J. Gresham Machen

What is it that forms the content of that primitive teaching? ¬†Is it a general principle of the fatherliness of God or the brotherliness of man? Is it a vague admiration for the character of Jesus such as that which … Continue reading

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“The beginnings of Christianity” by J. Gresham Machen

The beginnings of Christianity constitute a fairly definite historical phenomenon. The Christian movement originated a few days after the death of Jesus of Nazareth. It is doubtful whether anything that preceded the death of Jesus can be called Christianity. At … Continue reading

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Luther, Machen, and the Gospel

J. Gresham Machen was a Presbyterian of the Orthodox flavor in the late 19th and early 20th ¬†century. He is most well known for his little book, Christianity and Liberalism, as well as a founder of both the Orthodox Presbyterian … Continue reading

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Lectures on the Mortification of Sin by Carl Trueman

 

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“This is the glory of the Christian Religion” by John Owen

“In Isaiah (ch. 6) there is a representation made of him as on a throne, filling the temple with the train of his glory. The Son of God it was who was so represented, and that as he was to … Continue reading

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