The folks at BiblicalTraining.org have made available a free online version of Systematic Theology by Louis Berkhof here. It is available in PDF or ePub format, or you can read it online by section. This was the textbook for my basic theology courses when I attended Covenant Theological Seminary, and I highly recommend it. If … Continue reading Download Louis Berkhof’s Systematic Theology For Free
This speech and video were done by Ray Reed, a fellow member of my local VFW Post 454. It gives the perspective of a Viet Nam veteran on the meaning of Memorial Day.
In Part 1 of this series, I discussed how it is that we may discern whether or not a ministry practice is Biblical. I hope all would agree with me that we may deem a practice to be Biblical not only if it is in keeping with Biblical prescriptions or precedents, while avoiding running afoul … Continue reading Is Age Segregated Sunday School Biblical? – Part 2
Introduction: Perhaps one of the single greatest examples of a man's honoring of his mother can be found in the account of Solomon honoring his mother: NKJ 1 Kings 2:19 Bathsheba therefore went to King Solomon, to speak to him for Adonijah. And the king rose up to meet her and bowed down to her, … Continue reading For Mother’s Day: Honoring Your Mother
How to Determine Whether or Not a Practice is Biblical Today I am beginning a three part series that seeks to answer the question, “Is age segregated Sunday school Biblical?” But in order to answer the question, it seems to me that we must begin by establishing what we mean when we ask it. We … Continue reading Is Age Segregated Sunday School Biblical? – Part 1