What do you do when you find someone sinning in how they repent of their sin? As Calvinists who believe in total depravity, we do not believe that God is out to squash us, but what is the difference between godly and worldly sorrow? What role does family life play in worm theology?For more free [...]
Is there a sense in which we can say that a believer falls under God's wrath in Christ? In this video, Douglas Wilson discusses penal atonement and in what sense we are and are not joined to Jesus' death. For more free videos and sermons, please visit our website at canonwired.com.
Do pagans get everything wrong? What about all the weird prophecies recorded in pagan historians, such as in Herodotus? Was Epimenides a prophet when he said all Cretans are liars? In this video, Douglas Wilson argues that the world is more than just angels, demons, and atoms, but there are also what we might call [...]
In this video, Douglas Wilson explains his view of baptism, answering the question of whether somebody who apostatizes from the faith is, in any sense of the word, a Christian. Wilson gives the answer from the perspective of a Reformed Presbyterian who subscribes to the Westminster Confession of faith. For more on this topic, check out [...]
Is America a Christian nation in any meaningful sense, given its current cultural degradation? Pastor Doug Wilson takes a look at the big picture in this video. For more on this topic, see these Canon Press resources: Mother Kirk A Short History of the Gospel in England, Scotland, and America A History of Calvinism in America
On December 10, 2015, Canon Press became aware of alleged plagiarism in one of Canon Press’s 2015 releases, after an exposé, which included contributions from Valerie Hobbs, was posted on the personal blog of Rachel Miller that morning. Canon Press determined that the post was accurate enough to thank Rachel Miller and to necessitate immediate [...]
As many may know by now, we at Canon Press have found ourselves in the unpleasant situation of having recently published a book, A Justice Primer, which included plagiarized material. We have reviewed how this happened and where and we believe Randy Booth's explanation that this happened because of negligence and not malice. We have [...]