Two Kingdoms

Kevin DeYoung recently wrote a post about what has frequently been termed "the spirituality doctrine of the church ." I heartily commend this post to our readers, as it is quite a helpful introduction to the basics of Presbyterianism regarding the relationship between church and state. In that post...
One of the interesting aspects of Scripture is that it doesn't tell us the precise way in which moral principles should be implemented in the civil sphere--even while it contains ironclad moral commands and lasting principles for the lives of God's people. This makes sense for quite a number of...
Exuberant over an experience, an oh-so-sweet manifestation of divine providence, you delightedly seek to give God praise in telling your story. “It was such a ‘God thing’,” you proclaim. As you see it, God wove together an otherwise inexplicable combination of events to deliver a wonderful—even...
Matthew Tuininga
At the National Prayer Breakfast on February 5 President Obama called Christians to exercise humility in their responses to Muslim acts of terror, referencing some of the great sins of the Christian tradition. His comments provoked a sharp backlash, much of it focused on whether or not the Crusades...
Matthew Tuininga
At the National Prayer Breakfast on February 5 President Obama called Christians to exercise humility in their responses to Muslim acts of terror, referencing some of the great sins of the Christian tradition. His comments provoked a sharp backlash, much of it focused on whether or not the Crusades...
Brad Litttlejohn
This is the fourth part of Brad Littlejohn's series exploring 'two kingdoms' theology. The introductory post can be found here , the second dealing with ecumenism here , and the third treating pastoring is found here . - Editor When the subject of the "two kingdoms" comes up, the first thing that...
Brad Litttlejohn
This is the third in a series exploring the theology of Two Kingdoms across a variety of topics. The first article can be found here , and the second here - Editor It's tough being a pastor. I know because I've never dared try, but I've watched others try. Sure, you can always avoid preaching on...
Brad Litttlejohn
This is the second in a series exploring the theology of Two Kingdoms across a variety of topics. The first article can be found here - Editor Evangelicals, always a couple decades behind the latest mainline bandwagon, have in recent years become very fired up about ecumenism. And yet, we rarely...
Brad Litttlejohn
The two kingdoms. Few phrases so short could be lobbed with such devastating effect into a parlor conversation at a Reformed theology conference these days--or a few years ago, at any rate, though perhaps new topics have now succeeded it as the favorite bones of contention. For many in our circles...
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The two kingdoms. Few phrases so short could be lobbed with such devastating effect into a parlor conversation at a Reformed theology conference these days--or a few years ago, at any rate, though perhaps new topics have now succeeded it as the favorite bones of contention. For many in our circles...

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