At The Pool

It's the wee hours of the morning right now. Actually, it's not even midnight as I type this, but I'm the only one up right now, so it fits. But I've been thinking about today and felt like writing. The family and I went swimming three times this week, just because we felt like it. … Continue reading At The Pool

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Elect, Raise Up Your Voice to God

About five years ago, I wrote a hymn that basically summed up the Five Points of Calvinism. It took me a ridiculously long time to find the lyrics again, but I did! I post them here for my reference and for your enjoyment. Before Creation, God ordained To save His Son’s dear bride Then Jesus … Continue reading Elect, Raise Up Your Voice to God

Danny Olinger’s Biography of Geerhardus Vos

If you've read some of the quotes I've posted recently—or if you follow me on Twitter or Goodreads—you know I'm reading Geerhardus Vos' Biblical Theology: Old and New Testaments. I'll be the first to admit that, while it's incredibly rich, I only understand about half of it. Right now I'm doing what Mortimer Adler called inspectional reading—reading … Continue reading Danny Olinger’s Biography of Geerhardus Vos

Danielic Musings: God Glorified in His Foreordained Wrath

Preface: I've been studying the book of Daniel fairly in-depth. So, I thought I'd write about it. Here are all the posts in this series. At the beginning of the book of Daniel, Nebuchadnezzar lays siege to Jerusalem and captures King Jehoiakim and a lot of other Judahites. This was just the beginning of a … Continue reading Danielic Musings: God Glorified in His Foreordained Wrath