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....
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Does anyone know of a study relating to the demographic makeup of "reformed" Churches? I know the moniker "reformed" can be defined and applied various ways, so I am not trying to get too specific.
I find that certain denominations, which are historically reformed, seem to be primarily located in metropolitan, or more wealthy areas. I have my opinion so give me yours, even if you have no...
Best resource(s) for a rigorous theological self-study? As close to seminary level books and breadth of theological topics (languages, systematics, historical theology, etc).
Think Old Princeton Seminary/Theology.
I'd love a thought out book list of the dead guys, with maybe some solid, confessionally-reformed books from contemporary authors. Something where each book roughly builds off each...
I plan to buy some things from Ligonier, specifically I am planning to buy A Survey of Church History by Robert Godfrey, a few tape series by R.C. Sproul. I want to get a book by Peter Jones but I don't know which one to get. I am leaning towards Only 2 religions. Thoughts?
Say a rural island of 10,000 people are converted by SBC/PCA etc. missionaries. What law system would you establish for this island?
I'm working through finding the flaws in some arguments in favor of Christians marrying unbelievers, and I have run out of time to keep studying it on my own. Apparently, papists allow special "dispensations" for it, and having heard about that, out of curiosity, I looked around, and it appears some Christians will argue in favor of mixed marriages from 1 Cor. 7. Obviously, there is a...
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