With the current evangelical debate over the nature and structure of the Trinity, it seems as if the systematic theologians were the first to dive into the unfamiliar waters of Eternal Functional … [Read more...] about Jonathan Edwards and Eternal Functional Subordination
What does it mean to be a “Puritan”? In the sixteenth century, under Queen Elizabeth, the word was actually a term of opprobrium. Criticism of Puritans was often so harsh that scholars have identified … [Read more...] about Who Is The Last Puritan?
While a student at Christ’s College at Cambridge, William Perkins (1558-1602) experienced his conversion after overhearing a woman in the street chiding her disobedient child. Much to his surprise and … [Read more...] about William Perkins on the Temptations of Christ