A refutation of the doctrines of Witness Lee and Watchman Nee.
The Puritan Board
I am studying through some of Thomas Boston's works and came across the Marrow Controversy, written by a lay-person, Edward Fisher. It is interesting that Fisher was never ordained, especially after the effect his book, the Marrow of Modern Divinity' had on it's hearers. It seems to me that given that he was not an ordained churchman, this played a part in the rejection of his work by some of...
My family and I may have the opportunity to move from a city of 150,000 to a more rural setting in the coming year, if it be the Lord's will that everything happens accordingly.
Do you think there are real benefits to living in a rural setting - on land with some animals and surrounded by nature, &c. - that can only be found in this type of place and lifestyle? I know a good work ethic can...
"There have been essentially only three theologies in the history of the church. One is usually called Augustinian, Calvinistic or reformed. The second is called Semi-Pelagian, Arminian, or (often) evangelical. The third is called Pelagian, Socinian, or liberal (Modernist).
I just began studying about the Regulative Principle of Worship for the first time. I shared that with a colleague of mine who asked me if the following are elements, circumstances or neither:
- announcements made in every service (usually after the sermon has been preached);
- the triple amen;
- the moment of contrition.
Can anyone shed some light on this?
I was considering purchasing an ESV Study Bible as a birthday gift and was curious to learn people's thoughts on the included study notes. I'm not concerned about views on the translation itself just the included commentary and study aids.
Thanks in advance to any informed opinions provided!
I am a Reformed Baptist now questioning my Reformed Baptist convictions I am interested in specific helpful paedobaptst resourses that might help in my situation:
- I am planning on getting Vos' Reformed Dogmatics soon. I noted in the section on the sacraments, the introduction states "Approximately 60 percent more attention is given to baptism alone than to eschatology, ... The...
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