Tag Archives: The Christian Faith

Pilgrim Theology by Michael Horton

While I have read large portions of Horton’s award winning The Christian Faith, I must confess that it remains quite a challenge to read from cover to cover. So I was encouraged to learn of a  rewritten and condensed version of … Continue reading

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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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Doing Theology in a Blogging Community

Let’s face it, the Internet has changed the way we interact and communicate with each other, whether we like it or not.  That’s a fact! As a result we have Facebook, blogs, Twitter, Myspace, and countless others.   And the movers … Continue reading

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Reading through Horton’s The Christian Faith

Reading through a Systematic Theology—from beginning to end—is not something I’m usually compelled to do, except as a seminary assigned reading. But The Christian Faith by Michael S. Horton has drawn me in, so much so, that I’ve decided to … Continue reading

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