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Post Tenebras Lux?: Nominalism and Luther’s Reformation

Jan 7th, 2014 | By Joshua Lim | Category: Blog Posts

From the earliest period of Luther’s Reformation, there was an overt antipathy towards what was deemed to be the undue philosophical speculation of the medieval scholastics. According to Luther (as well as subsequent Reformers, though often with less vitriol), the influence of Aristotle had caused theologians to turn from the God of revelation to a […]

Joshua Lim’s Story: A Westminster Seminary California Student becomes Catholic

May 27th, 2012 | By Joshua Lim | Category: Featured Articles

This a guest post by Joshua Lim. Joshua graduated this Spring from Westminster Seminary California, where he earned his MA in historical theology. He was born and raised in the PCUSA. He spent a few years in college as a Baptist before moving back to a confessional Reformed denomination (URCNA) prior to entering seminary. He […]