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The Puritan Board provides Christian discussion in a Confessionally Reformed Evangelical context. We are Evangelical because we protest the authority, truth claims and idolatry of the Roman Catholic Church. We are Reformed because we believe that men and women are dead in trespasses and it requires the power of God in salvation through Christ. Christ has broken the power of sin to enslave us and has purchased our faith so that, in Him, we rise to newness of life. We are Confessional because we believe that the Scriptures are clear regarding matters of life and salvation. Confessions are not the Scriptures, but they faithfully represent the core truths of the Scriptures and provide a unifying body of teaching that has stood the test of centuries.

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A new, new denomination - Christ Reformed Presbyterian Church
The article uses code words... "the late unpleasantness" is a code phrase for neo-confederates. It usually refers to Lincoln's War in 1861. Call...
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Clark: Bible Study Is Good But A Second Worship Service Is Better
I think there have been several videos or articles in last 6-8 years addressing this issue. I don't know what or a combination of whats led to it...
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The Angels and Us (Mortimer Adler)
Necessary for what? Salvation, no. Answers to such questions, though, often reveal what we think about the material and immaterial worlds...
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The Medieval Mind of CS Lewis (Jason Baxter)
Baxter, Jason. The Medieval Mind of CS Lewis. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsityPress, 2022. One’s normal reaction to a new book about C.S. Lewis is...
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Twentieth Century Revivals in the Western Isles
For those of you with an interest in revivals, the following is a worthwhile lecture given by Murdo Angus Macleod (Snizort Free Church Continuing)...
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God of the Mundane, my Heidelblog review
Anthony, I am quoting you twice below and would like to ask a clarifying question following up with each. Actually, it's the same question...
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Samuel Willard's Big Book
Sermon #27, preached on January 28, 1690, is terrific. His subject is common grace. At one point, Willard describes God as being "heroically...
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If every christian is made Kings and Priests, who would we be ruling over if everyone is a...
Who are the subjects in the new heavens and earths if according to Rev 1:6, 5:10, 1 Peter 2:9, everyone is made a king. Thanks For starters, we...
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