In The Godless Constitution, two Cornell University professors by the name of Isaac Kramnick and R. Laurence Moore lay out a case for readers to prove that the United States Constitution is a godless document. By calling the Constitution a godless document, the authors lay out a view that strongly argues that while individuals are … Continue reading A Critique of The Godless Constitution: The First Amendment & The Case For Religious Liberty
As a young church planter, I've been asked by others how to prepare for church planting. Now, there are a lot of things I could say, and a ton of resources I could recommend that have been helpful to me. But, instead of naming a list of books and other resources, I have narrowed down … Continue reading 3 Ways To Prepare For Church Planting
We need churches that send. By "send", I mean we need churches that functions as hubs for training people up, and sending them out to reach the people of our state with the Gospel. Recently, I was reading through J.D. Greear's excellent book Gaining By Losing, and I came across some quotes and statistics that he shared about what it's like living … Continue reading Why We Need Churches That Send
Over the past eight months, New Haven Church has grown from a small group bible study that consisted of 10-12 people to an Acts 29 Candidate Church meeting monthly for preview services in the Chapmanville Regional High School Auditorium with around 60 people meeting together to make much of Jesus. This month we will launch … Continue reading 3 Things I’ve Learned As A Church Planter
Today I will be reviewing Richard Barcellos book The Covenant of Works: Its Confessional and Scriptural Basis from the Recovering Our Confessional Heritage series. You can pick the book up from Reformed Baptist Academic Press for a very good price. To begin, this is a very good little book. It's short, coming in at only one-hundred … Continue reading Book Review – The Covenant of Works: Its Confessional & Scriptural Basis By Richard Barcellos
Recently I have been taking time to assess and evaluate the Covenant of Works in greater detail. Let me say from the outset that I approach this from the position as a 1689 Federalist. One argument that I have commonly seen used against the teaching that Adam's obedience to God's Commandment could merit eternal life … Continue reading Obedience To The Covenant of Works and Eternal Life Merited
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