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J. I. Packer On Penal Substitution

J. I. Packer describes how the doctrine of “penal substitution” theologically explains everything regarding the saving work of Christ’s death on the cross:

“What did Christ’s death accomplish? 153 more words

Reformed Theology

Women and the Knowledge of God


Theology and Women:

Many Christian women are under the false idea that the “study of God” is only for men. There is nothing so far from the truth. 674 more words

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Modern Israel and the People of God

Does modern Israel have an inalienable right to the Land of Palestine? Many Christians, without giving it much thought, would automatically say, “Yes. God gave them the land of Israel forever. 1,686 more words

Reformed Theology

WHAT IS THE BEST FORM OF CHURCH GOVERNMENT? WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AN ELDER AND A BISHOP?

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Dr. John Gerstner believes that the Apostle Paul taught a Presbyterian form of church government.  He goes on to explain that an elder and a bishop are two ways of saying the same thing.  140 more words

Christianity

A Study Of Dispensationalism by Arthur W. Pink

If you are a dispensationalist you may want to skip this post!

Arthur W. Pink was a Reformed Baptist pastor, and prolific author of many books and articles. 68 more words

Reformed Theology

A Brief Confession Of Faith By John Calvin

A Brief Confession Of Faith By John Calvin:

–I confess that there is one God, in whom we ought to rest, worshipping and serving him, and placing all our hope in him alone. 2,212 more words

Reformed Theology

An One, Holy, Catholic, Movement?

When you first enter what is 21st century Anglicanism in North America you could imagine yourself in the famous Mos Eisley Catina Bar in Star Wars. 529 more words

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