Reviewing & Clarifying the Lord’s Supper

The Reformed generally held to a real presence of Christ in the sacrament, or ordinance, of the Lord's Supper and the Particular Baptists of the seventeenth century are no exception. The Second London says: 7. Worthy receivers, outwardly partaking of the visible elements in this ordinance, do then also inwardly by faith, really and indeed, … Continue reading Reviewing & Clarifying the Lord’s Supper

Paul’s Theology On The Bondage Of Sin Found In The Context Of Romans 6-8 PART I

The Origin Of Sin Paul said in Romans 5:12, “Therefore, just as sin came into the world through one man, and death through sin, and so death spread to all men because all sinned.” Paul states the sad truth: Our sin originates in Adam (Gen. 3:17-19), the first man, as well as in ourselves. When … Continue reading Paul’s Theology On The Bondage Of Sin Found In The Context Of Romans 6-8 PART I

Securing the Heavens in the Heart

Dear Brethren, A call, if you will, to prayer and discernment for the ministers of the gospel: What do the greatest ministers of the gospel have in common? Some may say brilliance. Others may say a stupendous work ethic. Still, others may compare them by their willingness to say boldly what must be said. Even … Continue reading Securing the Heavens in the Heart

Calvin, the Almost Genevan Criminal

When we think of John Calvin, we rarely tend to consider his prolonged involvement in Trinitarian disputes. Calvin usually brings us thoughts of Reformed soteriology, a doctrine of salvation, which later came to rival that of the Remonstrants. But this doesn't even come close to enveloping the full scope of Calvin's work. Throughout his time … Continue reading Calvin, the Almost Genevan Criminal