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Rev. Allen Vander Pol on the Doctrine of Scripture at PCovRC by Underdog Theology on Oct 29, 2012Dr. K. Scott Oliphint, in this wonderful ReformedForum broadcast entitled, Nature and Scripture, remarked that the Reformation's chief contribution, arguably, is the regrounding of epistemology on Scripture. In line with this, Rev. Allen Vander Pol...



"When you read the New Testament honestly, you can’t help but get the impression of a big..." by Ang Erehe on Nov 10, 2011““When you read the New Testament honestly, you can’t help but get the impression of a big difference from a lot of contemporary Christian experience. For them the Holy Spirit was a fact of experience. For many Christians today it is a fact of...



"Let us beware lest our words and thoughts go beyond what the Word of God tells us … We must..." by Ang Erehe on Nov 8, 2011““Let us beware lest our words and thoughts go beyond what the Word of God tells us … We must leave to God His own knowledge, … and conceive Him as He makes Himself known to us, without attempting to discover anything about His nature apart f...



"…the real cause of Roman Catholic growth and success [today] is not to be found so much in its..." by Ang Erehe on Nov 4, 2011““…the real cause of Roman Catholic growth and success [today] is not to be found so much in its aggressive policy in infiltrating governments, schools, press, radio, etc., nor in its lax moral code. It is to be found rather in the INDIFFERENCE...



Westminster Wednesday: Is History Important? True, Man! by Underdog Theology on Sep 13, 2011Dr. Carl Trueman makes the case here. I haven't finished going through the whole piece, but what I've read thus far has convinced me of its blog-worthiness.



R. Scott Clark on PCovRC's 3rd Anniversary by Underdog Theology on Sep 11, 2011Dr. R. Scott Clark, another one of my highly-esteemed theologians, took time off to greet Pasig Covenant Reformed Church on the occasion of its 3rd anniversary: We are cordially inviting everyone to come and share this day with us. See detai...



Michael Horton on PCovRC's 3rd Anniversary by Underdog Theology on Sep 8, 2011In celebration of Pasig Covenant Reformed Church's 3rd Anniversary, Dr. Michael Horton, in typical gracious fashion, offered up the following words of edification: We are cordially inviting everyone to come and share this day with us. See de...



Westminster Wednesday: Trueman on a Much-Abused Phrase by Underdog Theology on Sep 6, 2011Anti-confessionalists almost always have this phrase, "semper reformanda," ready on their lips. As a justifying smokescreen for almost every innovation in the area of church polity, worship, preaching, evangelism, etc., it really is anemic. The thin...



The Coolest of the Reformed Cats by Underdog Theology on Aug 26, 2011Notice the prominent foreheads? A chief requirement of Reformed coolness. Turretin was probably wearing a wig or decided on the "heavy metal" look—still within the bounds of cool. LOL.



Triperspectivalism and the Heretical Fringe by Underdog Theology on Aug 4, 2011I decided to inform myself about John Frame's triperspectivalism using his own primer found here. The impression that I got is that his method seeks to find a Trinitarian imprint to everything in reality. I would certainly agree with the premise tha...