April

Pilgrims among Pagans Studies from I Peter: Lesson 16 – A Benediction of Peace

1 Peter 5:12–14 Key Verse: “Peace to you all who are in Christ Jesus. Amen.” Standing firm in grace (read 5:12) A person’s last words are often memorable. It pays to ponder them in terms of the life or, in this case,... next...

Speaking the Truth to Power

At a National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, February 3, Mother Teresa of Calcutta delivered the most startling and bold proclamation of truth to power I have heard in my more than 30 professional years in Washington. Before an audience of... next...

But She Shall Be Saved Through Child-bearing

The following study of 1 Timothy 2:15 interrupts my series of articles on the “Bible and the Future.” I am writing on this subject for two reasons. First, many proponents of the ordination of women to church office appeal to the... next...

Elders and Good Preaching

The Belgic Confession, one of the creeds of the church of which I am a pastor, says that you can identify a true church (a Biblical church as opposed to one contrary to God’s Word and God’s purpose) by looking for certain evidences,... next...

Church & World: April 1994

Calvin Bremer Declines Nomination for CRC General Secretary; Calvin Seminary Prof Tapped a Next Choice GRAND RAPIDS, MI (February 16, 1994) RBPS – In a surprise development, the man selected for presentation to synod as the sole nominee... next...

Fundamentalism and the Inerrancy of Scripture

Recently this magazine reported the Executive Director of Ministries of the Christian Reformed Church as saying that inerrancy is not a Reformed idea, that it comes out of fundamentalism, and fundamentalism poses more of a threat to the CRC... next...

The View of the Bible Held by the Church: Calvin and the Westminster Divines

The following excerpt is from the book, INERRANCY by Norman L Geisler. Copyright© 1980 by The Zondervan Corporation. Used by permission of Zondervan Publishing House. The Reformation was not a revolution. The intent of the Protestant Reformtion... next...

The Downward Hermeneutical Spiral: The PCUSA—A Model of the Downward Spiral

Having examined the roots of the downward henneneutical spiral in the Enlightenment of 300 years ago in Europe and England, author Dennison now examines the American PCUSA in which the Enlightenment has triumphed virtually completely. The Editors... next...

Pilgrims among Pagans Studies from I Peter: Lesson 15 – Final Instructions for Those enroute to Eternal Glory

1 Peter 5:5b–11 Key Verse: “But may the God of all grace, who called us to His eternal glory by Christ Jesus, after you have suffered a while, perfect, establish, strengthen, and settle you.” 1 Peter 5:10 Humbled together under... next...
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