Reformed theology

Pr. Richard’s “Scaer-quotes” in context

On Sunday Pr. Matt Richard posted an excerpt from Dr. David Scaer’s book Law and Gospel and the Means of Grace (Confessional Lutheran Dogmatics: Volume VIII). As I was reading, I noticed that the transitions between sentences and even paragraphs were a bit strange. I then realized that several chunks of text had been removed and marked […]

Forensic Atonement and “Partaking of the Divine Nature”

[The following essay has been excerpted from personal correspondence and was originally posted at Pseudepigrapha: Deniable Plausibility as part of the “Dear Robert” series.]   Dear Robert, It is most important that I begin by saying that I am but a seminarian and am by no means an authority or a great theologian. However, I […]