8 Locally Owned Logan County Businesses You Should Visit

One thing that I've learned since planting a church is that in order to be a good local, you have to know where all the good local spots are. It's hard to be a good local if you aren't frequenting spots that locals hang out at. Luckily for me, being born and raised in Logan … Continue reading 8 Locally Owned Logan County Businesses You Should Visit

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A Critique of The Godless Constitution: The First Amendment & The Case For Religious Liberty

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

Why We Need Churches That Send

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

Book Review – The Covenant of Works: Its Confessional & Scriptural Basis By Richard Barcellos

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

Obedience To The Covenant of Works and Eternal Life Merited

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