This article originally appeared on my blog (Here). “For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many.” (Mark 10:45) Service is not a uniquely Christian concept. The language of service is something engrained throughout society....
The Puritan Board
I wrote in another thread:
Not to quibble but the elders did not become more responsible for these lambs nor did these lambs become more accountable to their elders. Given stages of life and all that can entail, how accountability and oversight plays out will surely change over time. When children are very young, the elders responsibility toward them is less obvious. It’s primarily...
Thanks to a brother on this site, I’ve been reading online some old biographies of Baptists who lived on the American frontier during the late 1700’s. Really good stuff.
(For example: http://baptisthistoryhomepage.com/hickman.wm.by.ford.html )
It has me wanting more.
I know it’s a long shot, but does anyone know if there are any printed books containing the biographies and...
Good evening. I wanted to give everyone a quick heads up. Today we launched the preorder for Petrus Van Mastricht's Theoretical-Practical Theology, Volume 2: Faith in the Triune God. He begins with a section on "Saving Faith" and then transitions into a penetrating exposition of Theology Proper.
Is the historical confessions are really necessary for the church? In what way the confessions help in the life of the believer's.
I recently attending a church which holds to Westminster Confession of Faith. It uses the catechism for 8 to 9 sessions to baptize new believers or reaffirmation of the faith of the believer's children who reach thier teenage. I never see any usage of Catheicism...
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