Is Age Segregated Sunday School Biblical? – Part 2

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

Is Age Segregated Sunday School Biblical? – Part 1

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

Phil Johnson on Building Bridges Versus Guarding Boundaries

I just viewed this video from Phil Johnson over at the Reformed Baptist Fellowship blog, and I just had to post it here as well. Once again I find myself in close agreement with Phil's perspective (as I was here), and once again I find myself profoundly grateful for his contribution to the discussion of … Continue reading Phil Johnson on Building Bridges Versus Guarding Boundaries

The Church: Why Bother? by Jeff Johnson

Jeff Johnson, the author of The Fatal Flaw of the Theology Behind Infant Baptism and a contributor to this blog, has written a new book entitled The Church: Why bother? Having read the book myself, I wholeheartedly recommend it as a solid introduction to the Bible's teaching on the nature, purpose, functions, and importance of … Continue reading The Church: Why Bother? by Jeff Johnson