Daily Archives: March 30, 2017


Feeling better about yourself by trying to get others to do something you should be doing actually has a name. In the polemics realm it is called “Vicarious Sanctification.” Etymology The term utilizes the term “vicarious” which means “in the place of,” a term that is often used to describe […]

Polemics Term: Vicarious Sanctification


In today’s experience-oriented, purpose-driven, emotion-laden evangelicalism, much polemical work remains to be done in the realm of proskyneology; a theology of worship. So much of theological Downgrade is done through worship, because worship is not rightly understood. As with all polemics terms, they are created in order to take mastery […]

Polemics Term: Proskyneology


Part of polemics is understanding what is proper theology and what is not. In fact, that’s most of polemics, and combined with “destroying lofty arguments and every opinion raised against the [true] knowledge of God” (2 Corinthians 10:5), is the whole sum of polemics. Therefore, it would behoove the polemicist […]

The Regulative Principle for Dummies



On today’s program, JD talks about charismatic astral projection, answers sincere questions about the Campbellites, Landmarkism, the difference between Campbellites and Lutherans when it comes to baptismal regeneration, a suggested polemics term of “Vicarious Sanctification,” and then talks about Jory Micah starting a ‘church.’ Finally, JD discusses a good article […]

Podcast: Jory Micah Starts a ‘Church’