Daily Archives: 4 Nov 2019

If You’re an Instagram ‘Influencer’…

You’re probably a jerk.  This girl is.  Don’t be this girl.  She’s a jerk.

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Pretty Much Right

Posted in Modern Culture

Dead Sea Scroll Detectives

Since the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered in 1947, these fragile parchment relics have intrigued scholars, religious leaders, and profiteers alike. The 2,000-year-old scrolls include the oldest-known versions of the Hebrew Bible and hold vital clues about the birth of … Continue reading

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Gospel Allegiance

Is faith in Jesus enough for salvation? Perhaps, says Matthew Bates, but we’re missing pieces of the gospel. The biblical gospel can never change. Yet our understanding of the gospel must change. The church needs an allegiance shift. Popular pastoral … Continue reading

Posted in Biblical Studies Resources, Book Review, Books

Zwingli- on the Magistrate

I declare, quite differently from what our friends hold, that a magistrate cannot even be just and righteous unless he be a Christian. Take away from the magistrate, who is above the fear of man, the fear of God, and … Continue reading

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The 10th Annual RefoRC Conference

See the details here. The European reformations meant major changes in theology, religion, and everyday life. Some changes were immediate and visible in a number of countries: monasteries were dissolved, new liturgies were introduced, and married pastors were ordained, other … Continue reading

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The First Duty of Every Pastor

The pastor’s first duty is to learn the biblical languages. Period. Without exception.

Posted in Modern Culture

If They Won’t Listen to the Scriptures, Move On…

“There was a rich man who would dress in purple and fine linen, feasting lavishly every day.  But a poor man named Lazarus, covered with sores, was left at his gate.  He longed to be filled with what fell from … Continue reading

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