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....
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I am a reformed high school student and my parents go to a dispensational Arminian church. The church is slowly liberalizing and the gospel is no longer peached. I go to a Presbyterian Church in the evening but my family wants me at their church in the morning so we can worship as a family. Which, I mean, I get.
So besides prayer and listening to my parent's wishes what else am I suppose to do?
I'm very confused over John's baptism. I was considering leaving my baptist church once I came to the conclusion that John's baptism was not a Christian baptism, but I have since read Paul Barth and Matthew Henry and see that I seem to be mistaken.
My problem is this: I see a few things at John's Baptism.
1: It requires faith. It seems to be distinct from the Old...
I came across this article tonight about a minister who has purchased 12 old church buildings, with a view to them, at some point, being reopened as churches, rather than being put to some other use.
I've recently been on a week & a half of travel around the Outer & Inner Hebrides of Scotland & there are so many old church buildings,...
One frequent critique I've heard about presuppositionalism is that it invariably leads to a debate about the Bible. That is, once you lay your cards on the table about Biblically-based presuppositions, the attack on the truthfulness of the Bible begins and bogs down there.
See this attack often? What would the Presuppositionalist say in response to this attack?
What can you all tell me about IMB? They have two jobs in multimedia posted that I’d probably slam dunk get hired. I’m a Presbyterian though, not SBC but I’ll work for an evangelical organization no problem.
What do y’all think about them?
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Recently I had an "all that is set before you eat" moment when an abominable sort of blood sausage locally known as "morcilla" was set before me. Happily, the plate was heaped with sufficient other foods that there was no expectation of me finishing all of it, and the mostly uneaten morcilla was hidden among the other debris.
Later, mentioning it to someone, she asked in shock--"you mean to...
Not that I'm going to start one up anytime soon, but I was curious what it takes to start up a Christian book store. A real building that is.
I'm not aware of any "big" Canadian name like "Christian Bookstore", "Reformation Heritage" or the like.
What does take? I'm sure it's a hard road. It would be nice to start a small one up and cover the bases of the good reformation book publishers....
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