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The Covenant of Grace God promised eternal blessing in return for faith in Christ. Initiated in the garden, this is God's chosen method of redeeming a people for Himself.
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The Canons of Dort were written by a group of theologians at the Synod of Dort in direct response to the "Remonstrance", 5 written arguments against the doctrines of grace.
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After Thanksgiving, (and often earlier), people everywhere start celebrating Christmas. It's a fun, joyous time of year for many, but as a Christian, is it ok to celebrate? Isn't this a pagan holiday?
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Traditional Christian beliefs and values are being replaced today with self-help theology where God simply wants us all to be happy and to live a good life. Does God call us to happiness or holiness?
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The Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy was formulated in 1978 to defend the position of Biblical inerrancy.
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When it comes to the Son (Jesus Christ), the Bible everywhere affirms that Jesus is true and eternal God, uncreated, and without beginning or end.
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Westminster Confession of Faith: Of the Holy Scripture I. Although…
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When we say, "Scripture is Sufficient", we mean that the Bible reveals everything God wants us to know about his will, and how to be saved from his wrath.
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The good news is only good in light of the bad news...which is that we are a fallen people condemned by God awaiting the sentence of death and eternal punishment! How did this happen?
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It is clear from scripture that Adam stood in a covenant relationship with God in the garden, and violated that agreement. In this post, Dr. Kim Riddlebarger gives us an overview of The Covenant of Works.