I was doing some research today regarding a classical issue that has come to my attention when I stumbled upon an Schaver’s The Polity of the Churches. First published in 1937, my copy was from 1947. It is a kind of church order commentary, if you will from its day. The chapter that caught my…
Great few minute video from RTS on how reformed understandings of covenant affect our understanding of redemption.
For those wanting to reflect on a scriptural passage and rendering unto Caesar his due and to God his due, this piece by Kevin DeYoung is worth reflection. The original post can be found here: https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/blogs/kevin-deyoung/god-and-government/
On Tuesday Night, I sat with my family and watched the first presidential debate of the election season. And yes, we watched the entire thing, from beginning to end. Now, you may be thinking, “Why would you subject yourself and your family to that?” The short answer is “Because it is a civic responsibility.” Each…
Though I disagree with his short answer that the Lord’s Supper should not be streamed, I do however believe that Dr. Swain brings up a number of worthy things that we can and should consider. My reasons for disagreeing are differences in perspective on what it means to be the gathered body. I believe that…
RTS has a great 3 minute video on bible translations:
Worth watching for a good reformation approach to the place of Christian obedience/disobedience, conscience, and government.
Link to offline viewing
For those wanting to understand what abortion legislation looks like across the country, this is a great site that pictorially represents 4 areas related to Abortion: Born Alive Protections, Late tErm abortions, Fetal Dignity and Defunding Tax payer supported Abortion Providers https://frc.org/prolifemaps
Great 2 min clip. This originally appeared on the NCFIC website.