Results tagged “the Church” from Reformation21

Political Correctness and the New Christian Orthodoxy

Article by   August 2006
At the end of a lecture, I often find myself being asked questions by a student who prefaces what he or she has to say with the phrase `This may be a stupid question, but....' My response is almost... continue

To Kiss or Not to Kiss?

Article by   July 2006
This past week, the Russian President, Vladimir Putin, kissed a seven year old boy--on the stomach! Context: the President had bent down to ask the boy his name; the boy in embarrassment rolled up his T-shirt over his face thereby... continue

Results tagged “the Church” from Reformation21 Blog

Lion in our Midst: A Eulogy for R. C. Sproul

Article by   December 2017
Our prayers today are with the family of R.C. Sproul, who has been called home to glory. Read his eulogy below, written by Rick Phillips...We grieve today at the news of R. C. Sproul's departure from this life, while so... continue

The Cost of Leadership

Article by   June 2017
In the business world, there's regular talk of building the right team and how to woo the right people in order to steer the ship when current commitments seem to be hindering production. With the right relationships and the... continue

The Greek Orthodox Answer Man?

Article by   April 2017
The news of Hank Hanegraaff's conversion to the Greek Orthodox faith has--not surprisingly--elicited a variety of responses from individuals online. On Twitter, one controversial progressive pastor welcomed Hanegraaff (quite ironically, I would add) to "a greater tradition than biblicism." Christianity... continue

My Jesus, I Love You; Your Bride I Despise!

Article by   April 2017
Last week the Barna Group informed us that a whopping ten percent of America's population "love Jesus but not the church." Lack of "love" for the church, for Barna's purposes, is essentially measured by lack of attendance at religious... continue

Statism and Parachurchism

Article by   August 2016
Several weeks ago I re-read J. Gresham Machen's pivotal, early twentieth-century work Christianity and Liberalism in preparation for giving the final lectures of a seminary course on modern church history. Having originally read the work more than a decade... continue

The World's True Hope

Article by   July 2016
Americans have come to one of the more exciting portions of the quadrennial election cycle in the national conventions of the two main parties. This invariably means non-stop media attention, partisan revelry, messianic symbolism, and the occasional significant speech. Without... continue

Longing for a Multi-Ethnic Church

Article by   July 2016
If Charlotte's Web were real, Charlotte might have written the following about the events of last week: "SOME WEEK!" "HORRIFIC" "DEVIANT" "HUMBLING". Two young black men shot dead by police officers, one in my home town of Baton Rouge.... continue

Why I Love an Ordination Service

Article by   July 2008
This past Lord's Day evening, our church saw the ordination of Rev. Gabriel Fluher.  Gabe is a recent graduate of Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary and has been a most outstanding intern at our church for the last few years.  We have... continue

Trueman's Hypocrisy

Article by   May 2008
Trueman's use of a Welsh poet to kick off his inaugural, so ably pointed out by Rev Del Thomas, is just another example of the pathetic hypocrisy of this poor excuse for a historical theologian.  I mean, at a... continue

And speaking of Newman . . . (David F. Wells on us)

Article by   April 2008
"It takes no courage to sign up as a Protestant. To live by the truths of historic Protestantism, however, is an entirely different matter. That takes courage in today's context." Why? Wells answers: "The truths of historic Protestantism are sometimes... continue

Adult Sunday School Material

Article by   April 2008
If you are looking for adult Sunday School material, written from a "means of grace", confessional point of view, I am enthusiastically suggesting that you take a look at the material being produced by the ARPs (Associate Reformed Presbyterian): The... continue

An Apostolic Church

Article by   April 2008
Last night I began a Wednesday night series on 1 Timothy.  My main topic last night was apostolicity, drawing from Paul's salutation.  I am often struck by how significant some of these issues are and how poorly they are appreciated... continue
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