Agonizomai: Blasts From the Past<br>The Active and Passive Obedience of Christ<br>Dr. Loraine Boettner

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Blasts From the Past
The Active and Passive Obedience of Christ
Dr. Loraine Boettner

Dr. Loraine Boettner was born very early in the 20th Century and was a conservative theologian and teacher of the Presbyterian persuasion.

His views on ecclesiology, baptism and postmillenialism notwithstanding, his works are thorough and orthodox in all the essentials. His books, "The Reformed Doctrine of Predestination" (1932), "A Summary of the Gospels" (1933) and "The Inspiration of Scripture" (1937) were all written in a time when the insidious poison of liberalism had caused schism in much of the church and all but ruined many a denomination with the fruits of rationalism and Darwinian Evolutionism.

And it is this backdrop which makes his works all the more remarkable for their faithfulness to the reliability of the Word, it's doctrine of inspiration, and the immovable truths of the faith inherited from believers going back to the Apostles themselves.

Enjoy this solid lecture/sermon and read more about Boettner here:

The Active and Passive Obedience of Christ


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