In the following video the "Joy Quartet" at Pensacola Christian College seek to teach us about the Arminian doctrine of free will. . The following quotation from a sermon by Charles Spurgeon entitled Free Will—A Slave is a fitting response, I think. You have heard a great many Arminian sermons, I dare say; but you never … Continue reading How Might Charles Spurgeon Respond to the "Free Will Song"?
Was the Mosaic Covenant only concerned about temporal blessings? Was living long and peaceful lives in a land filled with milk and honey the ultimate reward for obeying the Law of Moses? Or was eternal life the ultimate promise of the Mosaic Covenant. New Covenant Theology (NCT) views the Law of Moses as a code … Continue reading Eternal Life and the Mosaic Covenant
For interested blog readers, here is a preliminary list of books recounting the history of our Reformed Baptist heritage. I welcome your own suggestions for further reading. Perhaps the best pace to start would be Tom Nettles' excellent book entitled By His Grace and for His Glory: A Historical, Theological, and Practical Study of the Doctrines … Continue reading Some Books on the History of Reformed Baptists
I remember as if it was yesterday. “Hey Chad,” I yelled across the basketball court. The echo of my voice that reverberated throughout the gym was met with a clear and firm response from the tall scary man with a whistle around his neck, “I am coach.” Seeing the fire in his eyes and the … Continue reading Top Hats, T-Shirts & Hallowed Be Thy Name
The latest version of e-Sword -- the best free Bible study software -- is now available for download. Here are the update changes as posted at the website: Scripture references in the Bible view having associated Study Notes will now display a wavy underline to denote such. The Reference Library now has automatic Bookmarks for every … Continue reading e-Sword 10.2.1 Available