By Matthew Winzer
Originally published in Credo Quarterly, March 2002. Republished first on PB here.
(See handling of the topic of the regulative principle of worship in...
The Puritan Board
The Catholic and Protestant versions of the 10 Commandments differ.
- I am the Lord thy God. Thou shalt not have strange gods before me.
- Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain.
- Remember thou keep the Sabbath Day.
- Honor thy father and thy mother.
- Thou shalt not kill.
- Thou shalt not commit adultery.
- Thou shalt not...
Hey I have been attempting to incorporate Psalm singing in private worship but the concept is foreign to me. I have no experience.
What I did was purchase "Sing Psalms" and figured it would list the meter, which it does and that I could easily find a matching Hymn of the same meter. While working through this I said "Surely someone has a list compiled online"
Is there such a list available?...
Have benefited from this board a lot over the last few/several years but didn't actually join till a few weeks ago. Grateful to be here. I'm in the PCA and we're part of a small team serving in Bangladesh. One of the main things we get to do here is help to ground a local denomination in a Reformed/Covenantal understanding of the Scriptures; and I've been working on curriculum on...
Does anyone have an opinion, one way or another, on Norman L. Geisler's Systematic Theology? I've read that he considers himself to be a moderate Calvinist. I think he's basically a philosopher and comes at some theological topics from that standpoint.
What says the PB?
I have three of these stores (supported by the SBC, as you know) in my area. I've just visited two of them and was pleasantly surprised.
One store had a set of Bavinck and a set of Turretin (don't tell them that these guys weren't Baptists!). Much of what they have is Baptist-oriented, as one would expect. But, in both stores, I was surprised to find a fair amount of non-Baptist-related...
Is it possible to prove/demonstrate the existence of God to an atheist (i.e. someone who doesn't accept the Bible as "proof")? If so, how can it be done effectively without using the Bible? If not, does that bother you, or are you comfortable with just saying it all comes down to "faith?"
Is there "one" open-and-shut case for Christianity, or do we have multiple apologetic...
While reading this, I looked at 1 chron 25 and 26. Psalm tiles. I have a friend who is studying greek, hopefully looking up the titles in the septuagint for me.
I did notice in some of the psalms, it mentions playing instruments. Does this give us authority to still do so? It have not seen any speaking...
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