Straight From the Word: What is Biblical Justice?

Justice is a hotly debated topic these days. As Christians, we ought to define justice along biblical lines rather than espouse the culturally acceptable definitions. Justice is used in both the Old and New Testaments to refer to God’s standard of righteousness applied to any given situation. Justice does not always refer to civil law as […]

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The Substantive Distinction Between the Abrahamic Covenant & the Covenant of Grace

This may be a post where opening your Bibles and following along (very) carefully would be helpful. I am going to make a distinction between a covenant formally established with Abraham, the covenant of circumcision, and the covenant of grace which was promised to Abraham, yet not then established or formalized. Here is a promise […]

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Navigating the Lord’s Supper

I will be the first to say pragmatism is not an inherently sinful concept. The answer to the question “What works?” enables society to accomplish many things. Though there is no doubt pragmatism can benefit humanity, it shouldn’t be so easily translated into our church worship services. Unfortunately, the prevailing philosophy of worship, at least […]

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Which Bible Should I Read?

If you live in the west, you are probably familiar with the plethora of English Bible translations. You probably also have experience with people who love one translation more than all the others. If you’re in this situation, you may be asking, “Which translation should I use?” What to Consider The original biblical languages are […]

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