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So, today my family and I were eating at one of America's most popular restaurant chains, and this song was blaring on their playlist:
"Who cares if hell awaits?
We're having drinks at heaven's gate
Don't pray for us
We don't need no modern Jesus
To roll with us
The only rule we need is never...
Are there sacraments in the Old Testament?
I’m studying the Westminster standards for Licensure in the PCA and it seems that WCF 7.5 and 7.6 seem to indicate that in the New Covenant the sacraments “are fewer in number” than in the OT, but the language may also be referring to ordinances. Are...
In Berkhof's chapter on the Trinity in "A Summary of Christian Doctrine" (along with his Manual and his ST), he makes the following statement: "The distinctive characteristic of the Father is that he generates the Son from all eternity."
This is repeated in his section on...
Samuel Rutherford has an interesting point to make, warning us thereby not to sin when we mourn.
ndeed it is self-love in us that maketh us mourn for them that die in the Lord. Why? Because for them we cannot mourn, since they are never happy till they be dead; therefore we mourn...
My family attends a Lutheran church (LCMS) in Alabama. It’s a solid church that preaches the Gospel boldly. Obviously, I respectfully disagree with several doctrinal issues, but I’m ultimately happy that my parents and sister are in a good church (especially my dad who I think is coming to the...
I recently heard a pastor say, while teaching on the WSC Q. 10, that Thornwell, Dabney, and most Southern Presbyterians were Theistic Evolutionists. Without going down the forbidden road that leads to issues of Slavery, can anyone direct me me to any of Thornwell's "Collected Writings" where I...
I intentionally make an effort to publish one blog post each Lord's Day on the Sabbath. Today's offering comes from J. C. Ryle on over-busyness, personal religion, and the...
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