July 30, 2021

Review of Amazon Studios’ “The Tomorrow War”, directed by Chris McKay Read more

July 27, 2021

Kuyper on the distinction between creation and providence Read more

July 23, 2021

In my ongoing effort to read through one of the Philip Schaff volumes of ante- and post- Nicene Fathers at least twice a year (an effort which I continue to discourage others from trying). Unlike the previous part of this set (Augustine’s works), this is my first time dipping my toes into John Chrysostom. I admit I considered skipping this to dig into the most diverse second series of the Post-Nicene Fathers set (the ones with the blue strip instead… Read more

July 20, 2021

Kuyper on Transcendence and immanence Read more

July 16, 2021

Most of the time we review books and movies here on Schaeffer’s Ghost, but every once in a while there’s a bit of entertainment culture that’s worth highlighting apart from what’s on the big screen or coming off the presses. Whether something like this should be entertainment culture is a different question, no doubt. But if you’re not listening to Christianity Today’s new podcast “The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill,” you are missing out on a gem. So yes, this is… Read more

July 13, 2021

This post is part of a series walking through the second volume of Abraham Kuyper’s Common Grace. Particular grace and common grace find unity in Providence. This is important because it holds the two doctrines as simultaneously united and “independent actions.” (404-405) Too much separation between the two would fragment our views, our selves, and our morals. And yet, we tend to think of Providence as stuff God does “outside of saving grace”, even when true religion is gone “Providence” is… Read more

July 9, 2021

Review of “Recovering the Lost Art of Reading” by Leland Ryken & Glenda Faye Mathes Read more

July 6, 2021

Kuyper on the extraordinary in our lives Read more

July 2, 2021

Review of “The Promise” by Jason Helopoulos and Rommel Ruiz Read more

June 29, 2021

Kuyper on common grace in view of the world Read more

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