The idea brought forth by those who claim that we who hold to God's sovereignty in all things are similar to the Greek pagans is without warranted. As Ronald Nash states in his book The Gospel and the Greeks, these so called gods were limited by their own weakness both physical and moral. Not to...
The Puritan Board
I'm aware that it was historically the practice of the church that the congregation (those who were able) would stand during the worship service. Obviously, the vast majority of our churches have shifted away from this practice, but I was wondering if there were still any Reformed churches in which this is still standard practice.
As someone who is going to plant a church next year, would it...
I was reading up on the concept of Cosmic Treason and eternal punishment. It stems from the claims from non-believers stating that God is unjust for punishing sin eternally when the sins were in a finite amount of time. I am looking for scriptural support on the following statements by R.C. Sproul below. I realize they minimize the seriousness of their sin but am looking for...
Here are two scenarios: a brother in Christ is living in a home with an unbeliever (she professes Christ, however), they have a 4 year old son together. They are unmarried. Should he leave? Yes they are fornicating but he desires to be holy and to pursue marriage with her- we (elders) have advised him not to bc they are unequally yoked. Should he stay in the home with her and pursue marriage...
It's Pastoral Theology: Volume 1: The Man of God: His Calling and Godly Life. This is the first volume of what is to be a three-volume hardback set totaling approximately 2,000 pages, distributed through Reformation Heritage Books, dedicated to, presumably, the ins-and-outs of pastoral ministry - and Martin's magnum opus.
Has anyone seen this or read it yet? What do you think?
I've spent the last two months searching for all available books on the Perseverance of the Saints. I've found that every single historical work on the matter, that I could find, teaches that the regenerate can never lose faith. I will explain why this is a stumbling block for me if I wished to accept Reformed theology.
Four years ago, I trusted in the imputed...
Does anyone know if Ligonier will produce the KJV of their study bible?
If so, when?
If not, are there any reformed study bibles outside of Joel Beekes that are KJV?
I use to be an ESV reader, but switched the KJV about two years ago and not really looked back.
Not a KJV only guy, just a KJV prefer guy.
Most of you are younger than I, and hopefully much wiser than I have been for most of my 45 years as a believer. So I want to share a few thoughts on the Christian's struggle.
I have discovered, albeit later in my life, both in experience and in the Scriptures that being useful Christian is hard work–the most laborious work you will ever do. I have also found that the work is more...
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