Publications

Online Articles by Matthew J. Tuininga

The Two Kingdoms and the Reformed Tradition(Originally appeared in Christian Renewal)

The Kingdom and Its Righteousness: Rightly Defining the Spirituality of the Church (Reformation 21)

The Two Kingdoms Doctrine: What’s the Fuss All About? Part One (Reformation 21)

The Two Kingdoms Doctrine: What’s the Fuss All About? Part Two: John Calvin (Reformation 21)

The Two Kingdoms Doctrine: What’s the Fuss All About? Part Three: The Teaching of Scripture (Reformation 21)

Presbyterians and the Political Theology of Race (Part 1): Cultural Captivity? (Reformation 21)

Presbyterians and the Political Theology of Race (Part 2): Old Testament Politics (Reformation 21)

Presbyterians and the Political Theology of Race (Part 3): Gospel Politics (Reformation 21)

Conformity to Jesus as the Paradigm for Christian Ethics (Part 1): The Imitation of Christ (Reformation 21)

Conformity to Jesus as the Paradigm for Christian Ethics (Part 2): Death and Resurrection With Christ (Reformation 21)

Conformity to Jesus as the Paradigm for Christian Ethics (Part 3): Conformity to Christ Through Vocation (Reformation 21)

Can Obergefell v. Hodges Make Same-Sex Marriage Real? (Canon and Culture)

Do Evangelicals Worry Too Much About Persecution? (Canon and Culture)

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  1. I finally understand clearly the use of the law. Thanks, and again I say, Than
    ks.

  2. Where can I find part 3?

  3. Thank you for your Christ-centered thoughts regarding the Pope’s US visit.

  4. Thank you for your article on the jaw-dropping Obergefell decision. I agree that the attempt to redefine marriage did not actually recreate marriage. I am reminded of the crooks in “The Emperor’s New Clothes” by Hans Christian Anderson. Although they redefined “nothing” as “fine clothing,” the fact remained that the emperor was wearing no clothes. I am thankful for those who are bold enough to speak the truth.

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