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Categories of The Classical Blog

The Classical Blog contains essays which cover a variety of topics. These topics generally fall underneath one of the following categories:

Everlasting Dominion

The “Everlasting Dominion” category contains essays which propose various ways in which the biblical, classical, and historical vision of God might impact contemporary culture, economics, and politics.

Father, Son, and Holy Spirit

The “Father, Son, and Holy Spirit” category contains essays which explore biblical, classical, and historical doctrines that emphasize the threeness of God.

Flaming Fire

The “Flaming Fire” category contains essays which examine difficult sayings about God and offer various options for speaking about God faithfully.

Ideas Worth Retrieving

The “Ideas Worth Retrieving” category contains essays which seek to retrieve obscure or abandoned teachings that are necessary for promoting the biblical, classical, and historical vision of God.

Go Make Disciples

The “Go Make Disciples” category contains essays which explore various ways in which the biblical, classical, and historical view of God might impact the church’s worship, discipleship, and mission.

The Good Fight

“The Good Fight” is a category containing essays which seek to answer various objections and challenges to the biblical, classical, and historical vision of God, and to argue against various revisions and rejections of that vision proposed or intimated by evangelicals.

The LORD Is One

“The LORD Is One” is a category containing essays which explore biblical, classical, and historical doctrines that emphasize the oneness of God.

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