A couple of new articles have been added to the main website.

1. "THE DOCTRINES OF THE IMPUTATION OF... IMPROVED" by John Brine (1757)

Besides the title being a mouthful to say, this article is quite a handful in itself. It isn't that difficult to read as the subject is to grasp. Truly, this doctrine is one of the fundamentals of the faith which some have brought into question as of late, e.g., NPP, FV, and others. My advice is: readit, digest it, hold fast to it. grin

2. "The Dogmatic Spirit" by B.B. Warfield

This is a brief article which is more than applicable for our day. In it, Warfield discusses the matter of whether or not it is Christian to have a "dogmatic" spirit. In our day, I would guess that if this question was asked of professing Christians, the vast majority would quickly respond with a resounding, "NO! Absolutely not. We are to be loving, meek and mild to all men." What do you think? Read this article to see how Warfield deals with this matter.

In His service and grace,
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