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On Assurance of Salvation

I think I get all my ideas on things to post from the Puritanboard.  We were talking about forgiveness of sins this past week in Sunday School and this conversation brought to mind some reflections on the Gospel and our assurance of salvation.  A brother asked: If one...

“A Constellation of Graces”

From my blog I am unsure why the idea of beauty embarrasses me, as though my thoughts are too defective to confess. Often it seems to me that my beauty receptors process input in blunt chunks. Objects–dwellings, clothing, the stuff of life–engage me with...

The House of Mill: All Mirrors, No Windows

This is from my blog, Board Housewife & The Cat I am still reading Dabney to the Cat. He takes it in through his senses. James and son John Stuart Mill would posit that I, if I formulate any ideas about their work, am experiencing “copies of single...

The Pontiff of Humanity

from my blog Board Housewife & The Cat “The Pontiff of Humanity” Advisory: Scary content. The Cat enjoys scaring his friend Zack. He has urged me, therefore, to write about Positivism’s arch scion, Auguste Comte, about whom we were just...

JUST LIKE A MAN

This is from my blog, Board Housewife & The Cat “And God saw everything that he had made, and, behold, it was very good.” Ge 1:31 “And Jehovah God took the man, and put him into the garden of Eden to dress it and to keep it.” Ge 2:16 God...

Saving Faith

Faith lives in a broken heart. He cried out with tears, “Lord, I believe.” True faith is always in a heart bruised for sin. They, therefore, whose hearts were never touched for sin, have no faith. If a physician should tell us there was a herb that would...
Soli Deo Gloria