This article originally appeared on my blog (Here). “For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many.” (Mark 10:45) Service is not a uniquely Christian concept. The language of service is something engrained throughout society....
The Puritan Board
One major shortcoming of Baptists due to our autonomy (as I see it) is to not have an education requirement for ordination. I am trying to compile a list of churches that have an ATS educated teaching pastor and also holds to the 1689. Similar to Founders, but with an education requirement. Has this been done before and I'm reinventing the wheel? I move every 3 years (USMC) and...
I hope I have the correct place to post this. I have been studying the growth of homosexuality in the American conservative churches for a bit and with the new revelation about pastor Johnson being gay, I thought it important to discuss public confessions of such sins intersecting with the nature of that particular sin.
My opinion (posted...
Are there any resources, books, etc. that document the decline of mainline denominations? I recently heard some where that the same arguments that are being heard today at denominational gatherings, synods, etc. are the as those that where taking place 50+ years ago. I am not sure where to start since modern church history is elusive to me right now.
I understand this is a current issue but it's been cleared by the OPC. By my reading covenanetal properties are merely analogues. I think to argue with him starts with the incarnation. Christ did take on a new nature. So God could of takin on new properties in his interactions with creation. Any thoughts?
Is he a PCA pastor? Shouldn’t this be disclosed (before) ordination? This just seems so problematic on so many levels Can somebody struggling with these desires, and then accepting these desires not be...
Would someone be willing to read a blog post and tell me what you think? I did not write it but I'm not sure how to discern it
My questions are:
Is this how we are supposed to relate to unbelievers?
What would you do if you were in this person's shoes?...
This discussion is being moved.
Context, I wrote:
In the first [ST edition], [Reymond] rejected certain Nicene categories. He also interpreted Nicene language incorrectly, going so far as to posit that the Westminster Assembly might have (even, “much more likely”) rejected eternal generation and spiration in favor of Calvin, but I...
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