Monthly Archives: April 2012

John Murray Answers The New "Grace" Movements

I know the title is somewhat anachronistic but you get the the point (I hope):  The relation of the fear of God to the keeping the commandments of God is indicated by the ‘Preacher’ when he says, ‘Let us hear the … Continue reading

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Weekly Dose Of Lloyd-Jones

Let me attempt to expound these words with fear and trembling. Who am I to speak on such words? As we approach them it is good for us to remember the words spoken to Moses at the burning bush: ‘Take … Continue reading

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Will The Defenders Of Michael Servetus Please Stand Up

Some words of Michael Servetus provoking John Calvin: “The title makes me marvel at the impudence of the man who boasts of being a Catholic, although he is a disciple of Simon the magician, as I have evidently shown in … Continue reading

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Public Worship Before Private Worship?

It seems a strange thing, these days, to propose that corporate, public worship is to be preferred before private worship. With the rise of individual rights and relativism that has long infected the Church of Christ it seems a very strange … Continue reading

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Epistemology is Everything

Please do not let this title fool you. I am not literally asserting that the discipline of epistemology is literally everything. Relax, my friends, it’s just a title. Or is it? (Pun intended). I was engaging in a miniature exchange … Continue reading

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The Law Of Love?

There is a very large part of Christendom which teaches that the moral Law of God, as given in the Decalogue, has been replaced by the “Law of Christ” and is not to be found in any “codified” (arrange according … Continue reading

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Dr. Reymond On Justification

Over against Rome’s polemic that the righteousness of justification is to be construed in terms of “sanctification and renewal of the inward man,” that is, in terms of the Christian’s “being inwardly made increasingly righteous” through the impartation or infusion … Continue reading

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