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Volume 15, Issue 1:

The Objectivity of the Covenant:

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Thema: The Objectivity of the Covenant

Douglas Wilson summarizes the historic Protestant view of the covenant.

" The church is therefore a covenanted body, organically connected to Christ. As a covenant body in history, it contains organic members who are faithful and organic members who are not. The faithful members persevere to the end only because God has decreed it and given it to them. The unfaithful members are cut out because of unbelief. While they experienced grace, they were not given persevering grace."

The Supporting Cast:

Sharpening Iron: Letters to the Editor
From Us, From You

The Cretan Times: New News
Douglas Jones

Anvil
Letter to Dr. Dobson - Douglas Wilson

Presbyterion: On Church Government
Unity and the Covenant - Douglas Wilson

Musica: On Perky Tunes
History of the Genevan Psalter, Pt. 3 - Duck Schuler

Husbandry: For Husbands
An Honored Guest - Douglas Wilson

Femina: For Wives
Courtship Blues - Nancy Wilson

Childer: On Childrearing
Loyalty - Douglas Wilson

Ex Libris
Some Books - Woelke Leithart

Ex Imagibus
Gods and Generals - Nathan Wilson

Stauron
Believing is Seeing - Gary Hagen

Virga: On Discipline
Boot Camp - Matt Whiltling

Historia : On History
History Between the Foul Lines - Chris Schlect

Liturgia: on Worship
Why Sacraments are not Means of Grace- Peter Leithart

Poimen
Named and Numbered - Joost Nixon

Doctrine 101: Basic Christian Teaching
The Great Unknowns of History - Patch Blakey

Poetics
The Meaning of Academic Style - Douglas Jones

Meander: A River in Greece
Melancholy Mojo - Douglas Wilson

Cave of Adullam: Mutterings Regnant
Geraldo Rivers

Eschaton: Finale
Strategic Optimism Pt. 1 - Jack Van Deventer

Footnotes, Etc.: Where We Got All This
Our Wonderful Sources

 

Fiction:

Similitudes: Stories with a Point
Food for the Journey - Douglas Wilson


"The sun was westering, and as Andrew had nothing better to do, he walked slowly across the meadow toward it. The meadow was surrounded on all sides by a thick army of trees, and Andrew did not quite know what he should do. As he walked, pushing the grass aside with his hands, he stumbled into a little clearing—a meadow within the meadow."

Pictura: A Story, not too Long
Pointy Top - Nathan Wilson


" My son is looking at me. He has been eating yogurt. I have a daughter as well. She's around here somewhere, a wife also. I fish out a practically decomposed mini-wheat from the milk depths and offer it to the boy's face. His face accepts."

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