This article originally appeared on my blog (Here). “Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord…their works follow them” (Revelation 14:13) David Brainerd (1718-1747) was an 18th century American missionary to the native American Indians of New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Robert Murray...
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Curious what people's thoughts are about videos being used on Sunday morning during the worship service? I admit our church has used them in the past, primarily for announcements from outside agenices, occaisionally to promote some activity going on in the church, and I never thoughts too much about it.
More recently however they have used videos for our regular announcements and welcome...
In a recent thread on Paedobaptism, I was charged w/ eisegesis when I made mention that the fact that we see no children (under the age of adulthood) coming to faith and receiving the sign of the covenant is important when discussing the validity of paedobaptism. My emphasis was placed on the culture of the Jews in the book of Acts and how they saw their children in light of federal headship....
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Been doing some studying and finding myself in the Sabbatarian camp, but came across an interesting counter-argument that I haven't seen addressed. There are some who might argue that the Sabbath was still on Saturday, but that the Lord's Day was a separate day we ought to observe and does not carry the full weight of the 4th Commandment. Essentially, how do we know for certain that the Lord's...
So, in talking with our Baptist friend, the main hurdle right now is showing him that the NT Warnings are for believers. With this, he will have to see the new covenant as mixed. Right now, he says the warnings are only for unbelievers. Any help clarifying this will be great.
P.S. doesn't the LBC talk about Scriptures warnings for the believers?
I have an additional question for jail ministry resources.
I am looking for a paperback book by a solid Reformed author who is non-dispensationalist on hermeneutics.
I have looked at some of the more popular ones and they seem to lean toward dispensationalist theology. I want a solid section that discusses shadows and types, as well as redemptive history, so I hesitate to use a book...
Before the Rector of my parish moved to become a military Padre he asked me to consider Holy Orders in the Anglican Church of Canada. We discussed it for over 3 hours.
A few years ago a friend of mine who is an ordained Presbyterian minister told me I should consider being an Elder or at the very least working in ministry.
I once had a long convo with a Roman Catholic priest who told me if...
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