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The fractured nature of the Body of Christ should grieve us all. However, the pursuit of unity can lead to the downplaying of central truths. In theory, all Christians agree there are lines that cannot be crossed. 703 more words

Reformed Theology

The Continental Divide of Theology

Steven Lawson:

Through the western regions of North America, there runs an imaginary geographic line that determines the flow of streams into oceans. It is known as the Continental Divide. 880 more words

Sovereignty Of God

The Protestant Church Should Re-Institute Confession

The Apostle James exhorts us:

The prayer offered in faith will restore the one who is sick…and if he has committed sins, they will be forgiven him.  2,541 more words


The secret segregation of godly women behind the veil of legalism

One of the differences between Islam and certain parts of Christianity is that the veil is clearly pronounced in the former, whereas it is hidden in the latter. 1,024 more words


Twelve Prayers in Ps 119 That Implicitly Deny Autonomous Free-Will

The Bible is replete with monergistic teachings. Sometimes we can glean these teachings from events (i.e. God opened Lydia’s heart to accept the Gospel, Acts 16:14). 510 more words


The Protestant Contribution of the Word to the Church

This post continues on from the last post, by thinking about the Protestant theology of the Word. This is something “Bible-believing-Christians” I think often take for granted. 783 more words

T. F. Torrance

Luther on the Perspicuity of Scripture

By Obbie Todd

The Imperial Diet of Worms (1521) may be the most unfortunately named council in the history of the church. However, it’s also where a monk named Martin Luther challenged the Catholic Church in a way no other sinner had before. 1,315 more words