Category Archives: Doug Wilson

Look there…not in this navel…

We are supposed to be looking to Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith. We are not to be looking at ourselves, trying to determine if we are believing or not. Wilson, C&HR, 92 Advertisements

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Commentary in tragedy…

One of the great tragedies in biblical commentary is how infrequently believing Christians take at face value the authoritative words of the New Testament on what an Old Testament passage means. Doug Wilson, Christ and His Rivals, 33 In seminary … Continue reading

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Courage is a function…

…courage is a function of knowing two basic things about history. The first is knowing where you are in that history, and the second is knowing that God is with you during that particular moment of history. Doug Wilson, Christ … Continue reading

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Unremarkable in a remarkable way…

…only a healthy soul can see how remarkable every unremarkable thing actually is. Doug Wilson, RfR, (Kindle Locations 2593-2594).

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The Law of the Eternally Excluded Middle…

One portion of the human race will be on the right, and the other portion will be on the left. There will be no third spot for the secularists to stand. Doug Wilson, RfR, (Kindle Locations 2519-2520).

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What might it be???

We are so focused on identifying what his sin must be, that we neglect entirely what our sin might be. Doug Wilson, Basic Christian Living, 61

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The principle applies here, too…

The great biblical principle applies in these lesser things, and not just in matters of the gospel. If God approves, who is he that condemns? If God is unhappy with it, then what does it matter if the whole world approves? … Continue reading

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