It occurred to me, just prior to going to bed, that I wrote an article for the Western Reformed Seminary Journal that I think folks might like to read. Anyone who gets the WRS Journal, no doubt, already has it somewhere in their bathroom. For the other 99.99…% of the world, the article is an examination (brief and easy, I think) of the doctrine of Scripture in John Calvin and Francis Turretin. It’s framed in a sort of personal journey of mine, which makes is simply delightful! Oh, she’s a page-turner. If you’re interested, please give it a look.
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