Providential Exposure as it Relates to Preservation

The Theological Method and Preservation The Theological Method for determining the text of Scripture heavily relies upon understanding the text that has been received by Christians, which is commonly called “exposure”. The text of Scripture is that which has been exposed to the people of God throughout the ages. John 10:27 says, “My sheep hearContinue reading “Providential Exposure as it Relates to Preservation”

Partial Preservation & The Confessional Text

Introduction To tell the history of the pericope adulterae is to tell the history of the Gospels, and vice versa. (To Cast the First Stone, Wasserman & Knust, 9). The story of the woman caught in adultery is beloved by many Christians, non-canonical to others, and a fascinating story of transmission of the New TestamentContinue reading “Partial Preservation & The Confessional Text”

The Young, Textless, and Reformed

“The Young, Textless, and Reformed” is a clever title crafted by Dr. Jeff Riddle, pastor of Christ Reformed Baptist Church in Louisa, Virginia. The title describes a young generation of Calvinists that were brought up in the environment of modern textual criticism, myself included. This generation is one of the first who did not growContinue reading “The Young, Textless, and Reformed”