"Head" Religion Versus "Heart" Religion: A Fallacious Antinomy Baptized Arminianism Biblical Federalism A Summary of John Calvin's Defense of Paedobaptism What is the Reformed Faith? The Inherent Incompatibility of Equality and Freedom The Fullness of the…Read more
To be sure, humility is a requirement of the people of God: “God resisteth the proud, and giveth grace to the humble. Humble yourselves under the mighty hand of God, that He may exalt you in due time” (1 Peter…Read more
The recent issue of a tabloid prominent in American fundamentalist circles contained the following statement, “If you want to write to me and straighten me out intellectually, save your paper and postage. I have something in my heart you are…Read more
To most Church of God, Assembly of God, and Pentecostal Christians the term “Calvinism” is simply bad. It elicits images of a mighty divine ogre damning infants and those who would be saved but are not “elect.” Baptists and many…Read more
Mentioning federalism to many Christians today would probably cause them to scratch their heads in vague remembrance of a political party in the late eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century United States that they learned about in high school or college history…Read more
John Calvin defends the practice of paedobaptism1 thus: We must concentrate not on the visible element of water itself, but “elevate [our] thoughts to the promises of God which are offered to us in it, and to those internal and…Read more
INTRODUCTION Trying to define the Reformed faith simply and briefly is like taking a snapshop of the Grand Canyon at 50 yards: inevitably, something is going to get left out. Even an outline of it, though, is better than nothing…Read more
FREEDOM AND GOVERNMENT All government-civil or otherwise-is a limitation on freedom; and while an absolutely free society may be merely utopian, absolute freedom under government is a misnomer-government means a limitation on absolute freedom. In the restraint and punishmen…Read more
INTRODUCTION Matthew 28:19, 20 is one of five accounts of the powerful post-resurrection, pre-ascension statement by Christ to his disciples creditably labeled “The Great Commission.” It has a special place in the Christian church, particularly among those known as fundamen…Read more
For all the Athenians and strangers which were there spent their time in nothing else, but either to tell, or to hear, some new thing (Acts 17:21) . . . they soon forgot . . . (Psalm 106:13) Richard Weaver…Read more
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Ronald Reagan changed his view as a result of watching The Silent Scream – a movie he considered so powerful and convicting that he screened it at the White House.
That Swiss Hermit Strikes Again!
The Forgotten Power of the Public Proclamation of the Gospel