Tag Archives: Michael S. Horton

What really happens in the Lord’s Supper

Regular readers of this blog would know how passionate I am about weekly observance of the Lord’s Supper (Eucharist, Lord’s Table, Holy Communion). I’m all for a weekly celebration and observance of the Supper because of what I believe happens … Continue reading

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On the Incarnation: Merry Christmas

“If his deity had been collapsed into his humanity, he would be someone other than Immanuel, ‘God with us.’  If his humanity had been collapsed into his deity, he would not be ‘God with us.’  So the divine nature did … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

“Just as we would not have expected to find God in a feed trough of a barn in an obscure village, much less hanging, bloody, on a Roman cross, we do not expect to find him delivering his gifts in … Continue reading

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Calvin, Berkhof, Infant Baptism, and Me

For most of the weekend, I find myself at the feet of John Calvin and Louis Berkhof on the issue of infant baptism (not much difference between Berkhof and Horton, for I find the latter to be echoing the former).  … Continue reading

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