Federal Vision Index

This is an index of Federal Vision posts on my blog, for ease of reference.

Critique of Steve Wilkins’s Response to the 9 Declarations.
Response to Declaration 1, Response to Declaration 2, part 1, Response to Declaration 2, part 2, Response to Declaration 2, part 3, Response to Declarations 3 and 4, Response to Declaration 5, Response to Declaration 6, Response to Declaration 7, Response to Declaration 8, Response to Declaration 9

Critique of Joint Federal Vision Statement: part 1, the Preface; part 2, Trinity and Postmillenialism; part 3, Christians in Society; part 4, Scripture; part 5, Hermeneutics; part 6, Decrees and Covenant; part 7, the Church; part 8, Justification and Covenant; part 9, Baptism; part 10, the Lord’s Supper and Imputation; part 11, Law and Gospel; part 12, Justification By Faith Alone?; part 13, Assurance, Apostasy, and Areas of Alternate Assertions

Response to Jeff Meyers’s Thirty Reasons

Why is the Federal Vision heresy, part 1?

Why is the Federal Vision heresy, part 2?

Wilkins’s exam as a whole

Wilkins’s exam, part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4, part 5, part 6, part 7, part 8, part 9, part 10, part 11, part 12

Methodology and Double-Speak

John 15 and the Federal Vision

Hebrews 10:29 and Apostasy

Matthew 13 and the Visible/Invisible Church Distinction

If Only You Had Read…

Book Review of By Faith Alone

Rejoinder to Jonathan Barlow, Continuation of the Debate With Xon

1 John 2:19

Jude 5

The Greeting in Ephesians 1:1-2

Wes White’s Paper on the Visible/Invisible Church Distinction

The Elect and the Reprobate Within the Covenant

Romans 6 and Baptism

The Denial of the Imputation of Christ’s Active Obedience: Piscator on Justification

Ego, Repentance, and the Federal Vision

Leithart: Part 1 (General observations, part 1), part 2 (General observations, part 2), part 3 (Exegetical response, part 1), part 4 (Exegetical respons, part 2), Leithart’s response to the charge of illegitimate totality transfer, My response to Leithart, part 5 (On Judgment), part 6 (Psalms and Prophets, part 1), part 7 (Psalms and Prophets, part 2), part 8 (Psalms and Prophets, part 3), part 9 (Psalms and Prophets, part 4), part 10 (Paul, part 1), part 11 (Paul, part 2, on Romans 4:25), part 12 (Paul, part 3), Romans 6:7 (from the DRC debate)

Index of posts of my review of “Reformed” Is Not Enough, by Doug Wilson (includes his responses).

Overall Review (Doug’s response); Chapter 1 (Doug’s response); Chapter 2 (Doug’s response); Chapter 3 (Doug’s response); Chapter 4 (Doug’s response, my response, Doug’s response); Chapter 5; Chapter 6 (Doug’s response to both chapter 5 and chapter 6, my response, Doug’s response); Chapter 7 (Doug’s response); Chapter 8 (Doug’s response, my response, Doug’s response); Chapter 9 (Doug’s response) Chapter 10, part 1 and Chapter 10, part 2 (Doug’s first response, my response Doug’s response, Doug’s second response) Chapter 11, part 1; Chapter 11, part 2 (Doug’s response); Chapter 12 (I could not find Doug’s response) Chapter 13 (Doug’s response) Chapter 14 (Doug’s response); Chapter 15 (Doug’s response, my response, Doug’s response, my response) Chapter 16 (Doug’s response, my response); Chapters 17-18 (Doug’s response, my response, Doug’s response); Chapter 19 (Doug’s response) Chapter 20 (Doug’s response); Chapter 21, part 1 (Doug’s response) Chapter 21, part 2 (Doug’s response); Chapter 21 penultimate (Doug’s response); Chapter 21 final (Doug’s response); Chapter 22, part 1 (Doug’s response, my response); Chapter 22, part 2 (Doug’s response, my response, Doug’s response); Epilogue (Doug’s response)

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9 Comments

  1. polymathis said,

    January 5, 2007 at 6:17 pm

    Greetings,

    Wes speaks highly of you and your site. I am glad to find more information on FV. If you’d like to have more (and if our church could link to yours):
    http://denverprovidence.org/html/npp__ns__fv.html#Storm

    in Christ,

  2. greenbaggins said,

    January 5, 2007 at 7:26 pm

    You are perfectly welcome to link to my blog. I would be honored. I have looked at most of the stuff on your site. It’s good stuff.

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    April 20, 2009 at 8:48 am

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    […] So, the point of Shane Lems’s article that I would gently suggest needs a little sharpening is his quotation of WLC 66 to address the losable union question. That question is explicitly talking about the union that the elect have with Christ. In my opinion, a better way to get at the question is to ask the question of whether the non-elect can have true union with Christ. Exegetical questions would revolve around John 15, in particular, which has been hashed out before on this blog. For other exegetical discussions, see the index. […]


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