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What Is The Bible?

Depending on who you ask, defining what the Bible is can get you answers ranging from “my life source and daily bread” to the “most boring book on the planet, especially by that King James guy.” The Bible can be seen as the only hope this world has at knowing God and his Salvation, to be seen as a collection of myths, folktales and fairy tales dreamed up by unenlightened people. 742 more words


Should all women always be silent in church?

The critics seem to have over-cooked the notion that all women should always be silent in the Church, and that their function is to vanish somewhere into the shadows of church life, away from their menfolk, who are the real mainstays of Church life. 987 more words


Book Review: All of Grace - By C.H. Spurgeon

All of Grace was the first book of Spurgeon‘s which I ever. I read it once a few years ago and found it to be wonderful, I’ve recently read it again and found it to be just as wonderful, touching and relevant as the first time I read it. 1,245 more words


RefCon 2016 | "Engaging Worldviews"w/ Bill Dennison

Engaging Worldviews: DFW Reformation Conference 2016 | Register Today!

Friday, October 28 and Saturday, October 29 at Mid-Cities Presbyterian Church (OPC)

Join us this year as we engage the worldviews which compete for the position of absolute authority in our lives. 241 more words

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SERMON: 2 Samuel 16:5-14, "The King Bears the Curse"

5 When King David came to Bahurim, there came out a man of the family of the house of Saul, whose name was Shimei, the son of Gera, and as he came he cursed continually. 305 more words

The Covenant of Grace In The Dead Sea Scrolls

One of the arguments used against the acceptability of Covenant Theology is that it is an invention that came from the Protestant Reformation. It is often times argued the concepts found within the system of Covenant Theology, especially the Covenant of Grace were foreign to the writers of the New Testament, and therefore cannot be true. 669 more words