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Graduation Day is always a special time, when students receive their degrees after three (or more) long years of study. It is a bittersweet day: bitter because it means that the men will be leaving us soon; but it is sweet in that we anticipate the men heading into their ministries.
Unashamedly Confessional:Confessional Subscription and Ministerial Education By Stefan T. Lindblad (WSC/IRBS 2001) The Association of Reformed Baptist Churches of America (ARBCA) is a self-consciously confessional communion of churches. We subscribe fully The London Baptist Confession of Faith of 1689 (LBCF), but not because the Confession supplants the authority of Holy Scripture.
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While on my recent trip to Ireland, I received copies of Edification and Beauty. I am very thankful that the book is finally in print. I suspect that it will be available from online bookstores soon.
Late last night my wife and I returned from two wonderful weeks in Ireland. We renewed friendships and visited churches in both the Irish Republic and Northern Ireland.
Caterpillars and Butterflies:A Review of New Covenant Theology By Tom Wells and Fred Zaspel(Frederick, MD: New Covenant Media, 2002) By James M. Renihan Several years ago, Richard Barcellos published the helpful monograph In Defense of the Decalogue, the first book-length discussion of theological issues related to the development of a movement that has come to […]
Scripture’s Testimony to God: Institutes I:11:1 1.We are forbidden every pictorial representation of God As Scripture, in accommodation to the rude and gross intellect of man, usually speaks in popular terms, so whenever its object is to discriminate between the true God and false deities, it opposes him in particular to idols;Next Entries »