Category Archives: Theology

Ancient Answers for Modern Questions

Why am I encouraging our church to adopt The Gospel Coalition Confessional Statement? You read my answer here. Advertisements

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Where the Truly Regenerate Agree When They Disagree

I’ve just begun Henry Scudder’s The Christian’s Daily Walk and was struck by a section in “The Epistle to the Reader” by John Davenport. Apparently, some of Scudder’s detractors opposed the stringent directions found in this book. Davenport cites their … Continue reading

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The Role of the Church in Youth Discipleship

That trampled mass of red, white, and blue underneath King James (the basketball player, not the 1611) is what remains of the Detroit Pistons. As a lifelong fan of the team, I watched in stunned amazement as the Cleveland Cavaliers … Continue reading

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The Primacy of Parents in Youth Discipleship

Note: The following article was written in 2007, long before personal details about South Carolina’s governor were made known. Moving from Michigan to South Carolina demanded adjustments on many levels for me. Kroger and Farmer Jack were replaced with Bi-Lo … Continue reading

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The Hope of the Gospel in Youth Discipleship

One needs only turn to the local Christian radio or television station to recognize that the church is not preaching a single theme. From the gospel of financial prosperity to the gospel of self-esteem, professing believers—and the world around us—endure … Continue reading

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