Results tagged “David Hall” from Reformation21 Blog

Reformation Worship Conference

Article by   August 2016
Worship and the House of PrayerJoin us in Powder Springs, GA from October 20th to the 23rd for the 2016 Reformation Worship Conference. The speakers will include Carl Trueman, editor of Mortification of Spin; Jason Helopoulos, contributor for The... continue

"An Oration in Commemoration of the Independence of The United States of America"

Article by   July 2016
Enos Hitchcock (1744-1803) was a Harvard graduate (1767) and a chaplain for several brigades in the Colonial militia (seeing battle at Ticonderoga, Saratoga, Valley Forge, and West Point). He also served as chaplain of the Continental Army from 1779-1780.... continue

Alliance partners in the annual Reformation Worship Conference

Article by   August 2014
The Alliance is partnering with the annual Reformation Worship Conference outside of Atlanta, Oct. 23-26. We are so very happy to join with our friends at Midway Presbyterian Church, outside of Atlanta, who host the annual Reformation Worship Conference (www.reformationworship.org).... continue

Purity and Peacemaking by David Hall

Article by   July 2014
God's benediction rests on you (you'll have true happiness) if you are pure in heart. This blessing is not bestowed upon the intellectually keen or emotionally pious, but on those pure or clean in heart. Like poor "in spirit" pure... continue

Update on the Insider Movement with David Hall

Article by   May 2014
This just in: the Bible answers the question about how converts in hostile countries are to bear witness to Christ: Publicly. That, at least, is what Jesus said in the first Gospel.Underneath all the missiological mumbo-jumbo and artful dodges--often asserted... continue

An Introduction to Confessional Subscription by David Hall

Article by   May 2014
Richard Webster referred to five widely differing views regarding subscription in the colonial Presbyterian church as: "the Protesters, the excluded, the silent, those who were dissatisfied with both parties, and the absent." The modern church may find itself in a... continue
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