Sola Scriptura & Biblicism: What’s the Difference?

Sola Scriptura and biblicism are entirely different from one another in form and matter. Sola Scriptura is a principle, biblicism is a mode or manner of biblical interaction.

Of the Human Nature of the Son

What does it mean to say, “Christ assumed human nature?”

Persons or Subsistences? Trinity In Theological Perspective

The term subsistence tends to avoid the confusion caused by the word person…

Is the Kenotic Heresy a ‘Wondrous Story’?

It occurred to me last night that ‘I Will Sing the Wondrous Story’, by Francis Rowley (1886), is explicitly kenotic in its Christology.

Reading God’s Sovereignty Non-Fatalistically

If we are not careful to understand the meaning of Scripture within the context of the whole counsel of God, our sin nature will take over, and we will use texts like this petition to justify our laziness.

Does Scripture Teach Divine Simplicity?

The question is whether or not the concept of divine simplicity is necessarily contained within the text. And to this question we are able to answer with a clear affirmation.

Two Reasons In Favor Of Subordinate Authorities (Norma Normata)

The doctrine of sola Scriptura is a declaration of Scriptural sufficiency. But as of late, one would think it also serves as a statement on man’s sufficiency.

Classical Theism Takes On Divine Temporality

To the extent temporality explains God’s ability to create, temporality—not God—is the first cause of the universe.

Trading the Lord’s Day for… Christmas?

Aside from the obvious holes in Lang’s reasoning, Scripture hardly qualifies when it commands the assembling of God’s people. (Heb. 10:24-25)

Gary DeMar & 1 Thessalonians 4

And it’s also concerning that DeMar does all of this while maintaining a decently high profile influence over younger and/or more impressionable Christians.




All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work.

2 TIMOTHY 3:16-17