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John Knox on why denominations have their uses but are not essential

It’s argued that Samuel Rutherford started the ball rolling toward modern democracy and that it all began in the Church of Scotland. In the opening chapter of his biography of Samuel Rutherford, however, Kingsley G. Rendell gives a really helpful … Continue reading

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Antinomian, neonomian or pure gospel?

As a lapsed neonomian and a Scotsman, this extract from Joel Beeke’s introduction to The Beauties of Ebenezer Erskine, has given me the appetite to read on. Beeke writes: The beauties of Ebernezer Erkine offers the best portions of his … Continue reading

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