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Should differing convictions merely be tolerated concerning alcohol consumption…? Should differences be celebrated as a way of growing up into greater maturity, self-control, and gospel love of each other.

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Culture

Alcohol, Christian Liberty and Christian Love (Part 1)

 Should differing convictions merely be tolerated concerning alcohol consumption…? Should differences be celebrated as a way of growing up into greater maturity, self-control, and gospel love of each other. 21 more words

Culture

Can We Be Worthy of God’s Grace?

It is a question for our times: What are those texts of Scripture most minimized?

That is to say, within our part of evangelicalism, what are the biblical passages that we’d rather ignore? 176 more words

Culture

Interview with a Reformed Church Pastor (1)

One of the interesting developments in the church in China over the past decade is growing popularity and influence of Reformed theology, particularly within urban house churches. 1,803 more words

Church Life

Why I Am a Calvinist - Part 1

Almost a decade ago I was involved in a titanic spiritual battle between two opposing theological views. I could feel the once rock solid doctrines of free will slipping through my fingers like fine sand. 823 more words

Theology

Visible Church Membership for Covenant Children

Robert Mossotti, our summer intern at Mid-Cities Presbyterian Church in Bedford, Texas taught a Sunday School series on Ecclesiology. All of the lessons are available online… 1,042 more words

Theological Issues

The Problem Of Evil As Evidence For The Existence Of God

The problem of evil has stumped many philosophers and theologians for centuries. It has likewise caused many to reject the existence of God. British philosopher and atheist Bertrand Russell once commented, “No one can believe in a good God if they’ve sat at the bedside of a dying child.”  455 more words