Ad Fontes! Back to the Sources! This was the cry of the Renaissance. We shouldn't take it for granted that those who are speaking and writing on things of the past are always accurate in their interpretations. Instead, we must live into the spirit of the Renaissance and go back to the sources to read them … Continue reading Ad Fontes!
The Dutch theologian, Herman Bavinck, begins his four volume, Reformed Dogmatics, by exploring the nature and source of dogma. In its simplest definition, Bavinck describes dogma as, "something that is established and not subject to doubt." (RD 1.29)* In a world full of fake news, it can seem impossible to find something "not subject to doubt." … Continue reading Bavinck and Dogma