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Divine Election the Basis of Our Worship

When the godly perceive that the beginning, middle, end , yes, everything proceeds only from God according to His eternal election…it will then stir up the soul to return everything to God and in all things to honor and glorify Him, most heartily thanking Him.

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A “Catholic” Flavored Commentary on Romans: Chapter 9

We finally cover the famous “predestination chapter” of the Bible. With the help of Augustine, Chyrsostom, and Aquinas we exegete how God has stayed true to his promises to Israel even though much of ethnic Israel has not been predestined. 3,176 more words


Why We Die by Emil Brunner

We all are, and indeed remain sinners, those who have fellowship with God. We sigh under the burden of our own imperfection, we are shamed again and again by the corruption the old Adam ever holds between us and the new life.

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Infant Baptism, Jesus Christ, the Gospel and the Dorman's (Part 2a)

*This post belongs to a series of blog-posts, for part 1, click here


Before answering the first objection I mentioned in part one, I have to devote a blog to something I can no longer assume is common knowledge to my readers, which is God’s dealings with the Old Testament gathering of His people. 2,290 more words

Should we pray to the Saints? Do they pray for us?

The Scripture is eerily silent on a practice that is held by the Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, and Oriental Orthodox Churches: praying to departed saints. How can a practice be so widespread if there was absolutely nothing to it? 2,543 more words


Do you have the 'grace' to 'work out' your salvation?

“Work out your own salvation with fear and trembling.” (Philippians 2:12)  “has saved us and called us with a holy calling, not according to our works, but according to His own purpose and grace which was given to us in Christ Jesus before time began….” 423 more words

The Creedal Imperative

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The Creedal Imperative by Dr. Carl Trueman was the subject of our first ever DFW Reformation Conference, held on October 10-11, 2014 at… 285 more words

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