Eric Van Dyken

  • Hi Paul,

    I think the Kinism matter is apples and oranges.  There is are no broad cultural forces pushing for acceptance of Kinism, nor are their swaths of the church pushing for its...

    posted on: Status Confessionis
  • Paul, that line of reasoning is valid to a degree, but has limitations on applicability unless we are willing to enter the realm of the absurd.  Does murder include the actual unlawful taking of a...

    posted on: Status Confessionis
  • If I am reading Christian Reformed Church Order Commentary by Henry DeMoor, are the thoughts of Henry DeMoor irrelevant to understanding what is written?

    "So it is whether the synod of the...

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  • It seems to me that Trevor was being descriptive, not pejorative.  He said "older", not "old" as you say.  He was actually, I think, referencing that this is an age-group that he would prefer to...

    posted on: Status Confessionis
  • Hi Henry,

    I hear your heart for unity and I honor it.  I acknowledge the pain and misery that you have seen caused by church splits and to a degree I echo those observations.  With that, I...

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  • "Pastors and elders will have room to maneuver in being pastoral and biblical in whatever circumstances their members find themselves."

    Ah, but therein lies the rub.  Pastors and elders...

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  • Isn't the opposite the true challenge?  Has there ever been a time in the history of the Protestant tradition - particularly the Reformed branch; more particularly the CRC branch - that homosexual...

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  • Interesting.  I had never seen that.  

    I will never not be intrigued by the concept of a prosthetic forehead on my real head. :) 

  • Nope.  Is there a connection?

  • When I hear 1990s and Flood, I think of They Might Be Giants.