Results tagged “Doctrine” from Reformation21

2012 ARP General Synod Faces Tough Decisions

Article by   June 2012
This upcoming meeting of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church's General Synod, scheduled for June 5-7, 2012, has the potential to be one of the more significant meetings of that body in recent memory. Judging from the contents of the Synod packet of materials sent out to delegates, a number of issues will elicit spirited discussion. continue

Results tagged “Doctrine” from Reformation21 Blog

Doing Doctrine Pastorally?

Article by   October 2018
As Reformed churches face an array of social challenges and pastoral concerns, I have found the idea spreading that we must "do" doctrine pastorally. That is, we must decide the Bible's teaching based on how we think it will... continue

Is the PCA Becoming More Unified?

Article by   June 2018
Some years ago, our friend Terry Johnson (senior pastor of Savannah's Independent Presbyterian Church) wrote an article suggesting an opportunity for constructive dialogue in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). Terry classified the two main PCA camps in positive... continue

Fences and Fellowship

Article by   June 2018
I've tried not to be, but I can't help it...I'm a Baptist. I've read all I could about pedobaptism, I've talked to many friends, I've prayed for wisdom and clarity, and in the end, I've been all the more... continue

Private and Personal or Public and Ecclesial?

Article by   April 2018
God calls His people to be truth-loving and truth-speaking people--which is why it's disheartening to see many self-professed Calvinistic and Reformed ministers downplay doctrinal teaching, preaching and transparency. Many years ago, a pastor of an Evangelical and Reformed Presbyterian Church... continue

Formulating Doctrine

Article by   April 2018
"It pleased God the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, for the manifestation of the glory of his eternal power, wisdom, and goodness, in the beginning, to create, or make of nothing, the world, and all things therein, whether visible... continue

The Need for a Ministerial Break Down

Article by   October 2016
"We keep our preaching basic because we have so many new believers. If we give them too much doctrine, they won't be able to understand it." I can't remember how many times I've heard church planters and pastors say such things.... continue

Tim Challies - 6 Great Reasons To Study Doctrine

Article by   October 2014
Tim Challies, a good friend of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals recently posted this piece over at Challies.com. As it was smack dab in the middle of what the Alliance dwells on, so we asked Tim is we could share... continue
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