Tag Archives: Ordination Standards

Revealing Wisdom in the Church

The mystery, according to Paul, is that in Christ, those who were outside the covenant, and those who were within, have been made into a new creation. Apparently, the mystery of the PC(USA), is that the church has lasted as long as it has while continually abandoning any sense of the authority of Scripture and the Lordship of Jesus Christ. Continue reading

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Contend for the Faith

Thoughts on how the book of Jude speaks to our church today. Continue reading

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Praising God despite the circumstances

In the wake of an unbiblical and unfaithful decision of the church, shouldn’t God’s faithful sing to Him? Continue reading

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Follow up on 10-A

In response to the passing of 10-A Continue reading

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Voting on 10-A

Some thoughts before I head to presbytery today. Continue reading

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Christians and the Law

A word for the church today as we vote on ordination standards.
“The whole purpose of grace, in a sense, is just to enable us to keep the law.” Continue reading

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Out of the mouths of babes… more thoughts from G.A.

The love of the Lord and of His way is our highest good and an absolute necessity for us to live as God’s people and to enjoy His blessing.
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