Tag Archives: Michael S. Horton

My Struggles with Infant Baptism

For three consecutive years now I’ve been in conversation with those who practice infant baptism.  I must admit that at first I didn’t really understand the practice until a former Methodist pastor, who still practices it in his nondenominational church, explained … Continue reading

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A Dallas Seminary Student’s Reaction to Horton’s Christian Faith

Over at Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth, one Nate Claiborne shares with Nick Norelli his initial reaction to Michael Horton’s Christian Faith: We’re working through it right now in a systematic theology colloquium at Dallas Seminary and so far … Continue reading

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Yahweh or LORD?

Everywhere I turn these days in my readings I’m encountering “Yahweh” (not to mention my reading of Horton’s Christian Faith). But when I read, say the ESV or NIV, its LORD for the “tetragrammaton” YHWH.  To be honest, I’ve come … Continue reading

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A Daily Dose of Horton

Since announcing my decision to read Horton’s new Christian Faith, I’ve found myself reading it almost daily.  You know, just small portions with a pencil in hand, marking a few things as I go along. For example, as a justification … Continue reading

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