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I very much lean toward a postmillennial view of eschatology, however I just can't swallow the theonomic or Covenanter views of the law and its place in the millennium. I hold to the usual Reformed view of the threefold division of the law, with only the moral law being binding. I also...
I am a musician and have been thinking about how I use my gifting in the church.
For those of you who think it's okay to use instruments in worship, what is the best reasoning you have? I have been looking at some stances, and sadly, they haven't been convincing at all.
What do I make of the statements, ""Faith was not the condition of the Mosaic Covenant"?
The fuller quote by a defender of 1689 Federalism is:
"...faith was not the condition of the MC. In fact, Paul contrast the difference between faith and works in Romans 10. The MC said do and live while...
I am trying to get a handle on the different flavors within Covenant theology, and so what would be any major differences on how 1689 and the modern RB see Covenant theology worked out?
Note: This is an email I sent to my Pastor last night after spending some face-to-face time with him on Thursday.
Dear Pastor *****
I enjoyed our time together yesterday afternoon. Thanks.
Regarding our discussion of Acts 19:1-6 and my contention that the disciples were NOT re-baptized as...
For those of you who do not hold to an exclusive view of psalm singing.
If you are given a choice between singing a song written by God or a song written by man, why do you prefer the one written by man?
What is it about singing a song of uninspired human composition that is so pleasing to...
Because Bishop Wright has had an influence on some conservative Anglicans, with whom I interact, I read some of his stuff again. In trying to come to grips with what Bishop Wright is teaching about the atonement; I am confused.
On the one hand he seems to reject the notion of...
I have a question given our unique Government in the United States. Seemingly to me, the 2nd amendment extends the power and authority to bear arms to the people. It is no coincidence to me that the second amendment follows the first, as it may be necessary from time to time defend...
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