These videos demonstrate well what I like so much about John MacArthur, and why I am beginning to appreciate Kirk Cameron more and more all the time. What is most amazing about these videos, however, isn't that MacArthur says what he says on television. We are used to seeing him faithfully proclaim the Gospel on … Continue reading Kirk Cameron’s Interview of John MacArthur
Sanctity of Life Sunday was actually last Sunday, but, since I somehow forgot about it last week, I will focus on the issue this week instead. I was reminded by a Justin Taylor post at the Between Two Worlds blog. The post was entitled The Case for Life, Around the Web, in which Justin does … Continue reading Sanctity of Life Sunday
I saw this video over at InternetMonk.com and thought it was humorous. The song, "I Think My Wife's a Calvinist," is by Brandon Milan. His wife, Leah, helped him write the song and is the one playing the mandolin.Personally, I am glad my wife is a Calvinist, but I guess that's because I am too!
Back in September I posted a blog entry about a couple of articles written by Robert Gonzales, Dean and Professor at Reformed Baptist Seminary, on "The Danger of Reformed Traditionalism." As I observed in that post, in the second of his two articles, Gonzales not only cautions us more specifically about not allowing the Baptist … Continue reading Suggested Changes to the Baptist Confession of 1689
For those of you who have never read through your Bible in a year, it is still not too late to start for 2009, and I would like to recommend a very good plan for you to follow. Every year Faith Baptist Bible College and Seminary publishes a Bible reading plan that takes you through … Continue reading Good Bible Reading Plan for 2009
There are a couple of modern English versions of The Baptist Confession of 1689 that it is good to be aware of:1) The Founders Ministries website has made freely available online A Faith to Confess: The Baptist Confession of Faith of 1689 Rewritten in Modern English ©1975, Carey Publications, Ltd.2) Stan Reeves, a professor of … Continue reading Modern Versions of the Baptist Confession of 1689