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Review: The Ministry, Address to Students of Divinity by Charles Brown

Charles J. Brown.  The Ministry: Address to Students of Divinity.
Carlisle, PA: The Banner of Truth Trust, 2006. 112 pp.

I started reading this book during a break in ministry as a devotional to refresh my soul. 688 more words


Counting Equality with God a Thing to be Grasped (1 of 2)

I am about to argue that there is within postmodern Christianity an understanding of God that is fundamentally different from Reformed orthodoxy. Thus, we must first review the orthodox Reformed viewpoint. 449 more words


The Bible and Women Being Keepers of the Home

Does the Scripture teach that men bring home the bacon and women cook the bacon? Are Christians in sin if they do not have a “Leave It to Beaver” household arrangement. 1,606 more words


01/25/2015 Sermon


Sermon Title: Allow Christ’s Love – Not Pride – to Impel You
Sermon Text: Luke 17:7-10, 2 Corinthians 5:11-15



Gospel vs. Legalism

What is the difference between legalism and the gospel?

  • Legalism (or Moralism) says God looks at how well we keep the law.
  • The Gospel says we are hidden in Christ.
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Reformed Commentary on Job: Chapter 33

In Chapter 33, Elihu gives us a picture into why God has ordained suffering. The topic of revelation, and how God uses it, is also addressed. 2,394 more words


The Five Points of Calvinism

This article was taken from The Calvinist Corner. Here is the link to the original http://www.calvinistcorner.com/tulip.htm

There are two mains camps of theology within Christianity in America today: Arminianism and Calvinism. 938 more words