Tag Archives: Reformed Theology

A closer look at the effects of Adam’s sin

There has been a good bit of recent focus on the historical personhood of Adam. Interestingly, after Genesis 5, the Old Testament does not mention Adam. He doesn’t reappear in Scripture until the genealogy of Jesus. There is a kind of … Continue reading

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Total Depravity?

Caution is needed about articulating a doctrine of human depravity from the wrong starting point. Can a misguided understanding of this important truth lead to over-renunciation? Continue reading

Posted in Christian life, Christianity, Depravity, Dysfunctional, Gospel, Gospel-centered, Hamartiology, Human depravity, Human dignity, Humanism, Image of God, Imago Dei, Problem of evil, Reformed Theology, Sin, Wisdom | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments