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Welcome to our new blog titled: Lux et Veritas with The Reformed Sage.
Why write a blog? I thought to myself, what is the point of attending Seminary if that knowledge is not put to use? I decided to write a blog about my studies at Seminary, what I learn about Reformed Theology and other closely related topics. This will not be about my daily activities, this will be a blog about the topics I study and the information gleaned from expert authors and wise professors along the way as well as topics that are related and impactful on Reformed Theology.
Since I already spend much time on social media defending Calvinism and Reformed Theology in general, a more formal platform for topical posts, I feel, will be helpful. One of the goals here on this blog is to rise past funny memes and surface level posts for those who are hungry for deeper reflection on the historic Reformed position.
Some of the courses we will study through together are: History of Christianity I & II, Introduction to Pastoral and Theological Studies, Systematic Theology: Scripture, Theology Proper, Anthropology, Genesis – Joshua, History of Christianity I & II, Systematic Theology: Christology, Soteriology, Eschatology, History of Philosophy, Christian Thought and many more.
Some of the things we will look at are textual criticism issues and how they impact the church today, the foundations of the reformation as well as a fair amount of defending reformed theology and critiquing synergistic models of salvation. Additionally, feel free to write in with theologically related topics you would like to see covered, and we may get to them.
My goal is to edify and strengthen readers of this blog in their faith and that all glory may be given to God alone. The frequency of posts on this blog will be weekly as I balance the demands of work, seminary, a marriage, church, and two kids is going to be a full, but blessed, plate.
If this type of content is interesting to you and you desire to be edified in Reformed Theology and related content, then be sure to subscribe to this blog!