Volume 7, Issue 5: Footnotes
Quotations in Order of Appearance
1. C.S. Lewis, That Hideous Strength (New York, NY: MacMillan, 1965) p.316.
2. Thomas Manton, Epistle to the Reader of the WCF (Glasgow: Free Presbyterian Publ.,1985) p. 8.
3. John Calvin, Sermons on Ephesians , (Carlisle, PA: Banner of Truth, 1973)
4. Steven Goldberg, Why Men Rule (Chicago: Open Court, 1993) p. 12.
5. James Hurley, Man and Woman in Biblical Perspective (Grand Rapids, MI:
Zondervan, 1981) p. 147.
6. Charles Hodge, The Epistle to the Ephesians (Carlisle, PA: Banner of
Truth Trust,  1991) p. 228.
7. George Gilder, Sexual Suicide (New York: Quadrangle Press, 1973) pp.
8. C.S. Lewis, "Priestesses in the Church?" God in the Dock (Grand Rapids,
MI: Eerdmans, 1970) p. 239.
9. R.L. Dabney, The Practical Philosophy (Harrisonburg, VA: Sprinkle Publ.,
1984) p. 371.
10. Art Linson (producer), The Untouchables (Los Angeles: Paramount Pictures,
1987). Please rent the movie to capture the full masculinity of this scene.
11. Bill Shakespeare, King Henry V, Act 4, Scene 3, The English Campyou
know, the speech that moves any listener to want to stand up and kill a Frenchman.
1. William Blackstone, Commentaries on the Laws of England, William Carey
Jones, ed. (San Francisco: Bancroft-Whitney Co., 1916) p. 8.
The Puritan Eye
* This column was edited and abridged for the modern reader by Douglas Wilson.
The original can be found in Richard Baxter, Baxter's Practical Works, Vol.
1 (Ligonier, PA, Soli Deo Gloria, 1990), pp. 424-426.
* John Owen applies the sanctification stated here, not to the apostate, but
to Christ Himself, "who was sanctified and dedicated unto God to be an eternal
High Priest by the blood of the covenant which He offered unto God" (p. 206, Hebrews:
The Epistle of Warning, Kregel Publ., 1985). However, I cannot find any place
in Scripture where Christ Himself was said to be set apart by His blood (with
the possible exception of Heb. 9:12). The antecedent of the pronoun seems to
fall back more naturally to the apostate described by the entire verse. But even
if Owen is right, one still could not deduce that the sanctified here is regenerate.
* All quotations are taken from Plutarch, Lycurgus ; Dryden, trans. in Great
Books of the Western World , Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1952, vol. 14.
1. Nancy Donovan, Feminist Theory (New York: Continuum Publ. Co., 1992) p. 185.
2. Ibid. , p. 173ff.
* David Hagopian is a friend, even though he is an attorney in southern California.
He is currently coauthoring, with Doug Wilson, a book on Promise Keepers entitled
More Than Promises (forthcoming, 1996).
1. Loraine Boettner, The Millennium (Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed
Publishing Company,  1984), p. 4.
2. William E. Cox, Biblical Studies in Final Things (Nutley, NJ: Presbyterian
and Reformed, 1977) p. 179.
3. Jay E. Adams, The Time is at Hand (Greenville, South Carolina: A Press,
1987) pp. 2, 4.
4. Herman A. Hoyt, in "A Dispensational Premillennial Response" in Robert G. Clouse,
Ed., The Meaning of the Millennium: Four Views (Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity
Press, 1977) p. 147.
5. Robert P. Lightner, The Last Days Handbook (Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1990), p. 84. It should be noted that postmillennialists and other nondispensationalists vigorously deny the accusation of flawed hermeneutics and an inclination toward apostasy. For a postmillennial response to the charge of liberal hermeneutics in general and Lightner's charge in particular, see Kenneth L. Gentry, He Shall Have Dominion, A Postmillennial Eschatology (Tyler, TX:
Institute for Christian Economics, 1992) p. 144-173, 441-442.
6. H. Wayne House and Thomas Ice, Dominion Theology: Blessing or Curse? (Portland, OR: Multnomah, 1988), p. 367-390; Stanley J. Grenz, The Millennial Maze (Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 1992), p. 67; Erickson, Contemporary Options in Eschatology , p. 72.
7. Stanley Grenz, The Millennial Maze , p. 67.
8. Iain H. Murray, The Puritan Hope, Revival and the Interpretation of Prophecy
(Carlisle, PA: The Banner of Truth Trust, 1971) p. 53.
9. Louis Berkhof, Systematic Theology (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 1941) p.
10. Anthony A. Hoekema, The Bible and the Future (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans,
1979) p. 180.
11. Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield, Biblical and Theological Studies (The
Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company, Philadelphia, 1968) pp. 334-350. See also, Ken Gentry, He Shall Have Dominion (Tyler, TX: Dominion Press, 1993) pp. 473-476 and 479-482.
12. Lewis Sperry Chafer, foreword, in C. L. Feinberg, Millennialism (1936; reprint ed., Chicago, 1980), p. 9; Jay E. Adams, The Time is at Hand (Greenville, South Carolina: A Press, 1987), p. 2; Pentecost, Things to Come, p. 386; Lindsey, The Late Great Planet Earth, p. 176.
13. Erickson, Contemporary Options in Eschatology , p. 62. For further details, see James H. Moorhead, "The Erosion of Postmillennialism in American Religious Thought, 1865-1925," Church History 53/1 (March 1984) pp. 61-77.
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