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Matthew 16:28
I lean toward Christ's death and resurrection being the Son of Man coming in His kingdom. The Transfiguration is a foreshadowing of the glory to...
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Recommendations for Books
In my opinion, Mathison's book, Hughes Oliphint Old's book Holy Communion in the Piety of the Reformed Church, and Cornel Venema's book Children...
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The Intent of the Original Westminster Standards in Comparison to the Synods of Dort
And the WA's confession and other standards did seek unity--around one psalter to be used in all three kingdoms. This modern theory---who before...
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Zeal for God’s House Quickened by Oliver Bowles B.D. (1574-1664?)
Mr. Bowles, in this excellent and stirring treatise, fights diligently against false and hypocritical, zeal. He, instead, in this famous address...
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Matthew Poole on Revelation (cont.)
William Gurnall's Christian in Complete Armour: 'Bless God for the translation of the Scriptures. The word is our sword. By being translated...
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Reason for Hope (Grenz)
Interesting. What's his definition of supersessionism? I have to be careful with this discussion. Some liberal critics of supersessionism...
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Charles J. Brown on state endowment and spiritual independence
But then it was said—You are a church established by law. If you wish to be free in your procedure from the control of the civil power, separate...
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Hello from Wales!
Thanks! What madness made a Scot take up residence in England?! Ach, an Englishman :rolleyes: Admittedly quite a special one, but still, there's...
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'Tis so Sweet to Trust In Jesus
Forgive me, but I can't help these words coming into my mind, ♪"Mama sang base, Daddy sang... soprano"♪
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A big difference between ancient Chiliasm and modern-day Premillennialism
Back to the OP, while it might appear I have premil tendencies, I am not saying don't attack premillennialism. I myself have problems with the...
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