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We will be LIVE on Odysee today because, well, James has some things to say that Big Tech doesn’t want him to talk about… so there is that. The post The Dividing Line will be LIVE at 4:00pm EST appeared first on Alpha and Omega Ministries.... Read more
Published on 56 minutes ago
By Rich Pierce
Dr. Kelly Kapic (PhD., King’s College, University of London) is Professor of Theological Studies at Covenant College in Lookout Mountain, Georgia.... Read more
Published on 8 hours ago
By Society of Reformed Podcasters
On this episode, the Brothers talk about how a robust doctrine of the Trinity is beneficial to our practical piety. Although a simple confession is just fine, it is a sign of growing maturity to be able to go deeper. The Trinity is a mysterious topic. It’s okay if you... Read more
Published on 8 hours ago
By Society of Reformed Podcasters
When we sin, maybe sin big, we feel like we need to make it up to God and others. We carry the weight of needing to pay off a debt we can’t pay. The message of the gospel is that Jesus paid our sin debt in full to free us... Read more
Published on 8 hours ago
By Society of Reformed Podcasters
Well this is unexpected we just broke the 100k podcast download ceiling so to celebrate next week we are going daily again. We know the hits and we will keep them coming. ... Read more
Published on 8 hours ago
By Society of Reformed Podcasters
Greetings! I want to share news related to the latest events regarding the past Christmas holidays. As well as joint participation with Anatoly in a conference in a nearby city. I'll start with the conference where Anatoly and I were…... Read more
Published on 21 hours ago
By Yuri B
After over one year of hard work, Paul Washer's latest workbook on the doctrine of the Church is now available in the Russian language. This is the result of nearly 18 months of hard work by a team of translators…... Read more
Published on 21 hours ago
Christian parents are called to bring their children up in the fear and admonition of the Lord (Eph. 6:4). So, what does that look like today for families living in a post-Christian society? Recently, Drs. Burk Parsons and Tedd Tripp joined our president and CEO, Chris Larson, to encourage Christian... Read more
Published on 21 hours ago
Source: Ligonier
By Ligonier Updates
Here’s a helpful resource for students of Scripture who are interested in the Greek Old Testament: The Septuagint: What It Is and Why It Matters by Greg Lanier and William Ross. This book is a 200 page discussion about the Greek Old Testament that includes details about translation methods, historical... Read more
Published on 1 day ago
By Reformed Reader
How are we to understand an eternal covenant of redemption in God in light of a single essence in three relations—Father, Son, and Spirit? In other words, if there is but a single will of God (will is a property of essence, not person), how are we to understand the... Read more
Published on 1 day ago
By Society of Reformed Podcasters
I’m writing this on a Monday. And I find Mondays are often the most discouraging day of the week. So this morning I’m clinging to what I read in my Bible before I went to bed last night. I read…... Read more
Published on 1 day ago
By Andy Prime
There are two words to define at the outset of today’s post. The first is monergism, and the other is synergism. Both of these words contain the Greek word “ergon” … More The post 3 Reasons to Hold to Monergistic Regeneration appeared first on Founders Ministries.... Read more
Published on 2 days ago
By Allen S Nelson IV
The Noahic Covenant remains. It’s institution is neither causal nor characteristic of the kingdom/domain of darkness. But neither is it’s administration granted to the Redemptive Kingdom, or the Kingdom of the Son. The post A Note on Political Theology appeared first on The Baptist Broadcast.... Read more
Published on 2 days ago
By Josh Sommer
How are we to understand an eternal covenant of redemption in God in light of a single essence in three relations—Father, Son, and Spirit? In other words, if there is but a single will of God (will is a property of essence, not person), how are we to understand the... Read more
Published on 2 days ago
By Joshua Sommer
Landon Jones, a particular baptist and listener, joins us to tell us 5 things about reformed baptist polity. We really are great at this show but probably are not the best people to tell you what you need to know about this topic.  Given CT described Mars Hill as having... Read more
Published on 2 days ago
By Society of Reformed Podcasters
Today’s STT SPECIAL is a sermon titled “The Tenth (Part 1): Overcoming Sinful Thoughts & Desires by Grace.” It was preached by Rev. Jonathan Shirk at Jerusalem Church in Manheim, PA. Are you discouraged about the sinful desires and cravings deep within your heart? Are you wondering how you will... Read more
Published on 2 days ago
By Society of Reformed Podcasters
A. The Scriptures manifest themselves to be the Word of God, by their majesty and purity; by the consent of all the parts, and the scope of the whole, which is to give all glory to God; by their light and power to convince and convert sinners, to comfort and... Read more
Published on 2 days ago
By Society of Reformed Podcasters
Greetings from cold Springfield, Missouri! A road-trip edition of the Dividing Line as I caught a part of the Hughes/Flowers debate on John 6:44. Had to point out the basic error in Flowers’ approach, though we will do much more on that when I can download the video. Then we... Read more
Published on 2 days ago
By James White
After explaining how Saul persecuted the church, here’s how J. Gresham Machen briefly summarized the story of Saul/Paul’s conversion in Acts 9: And yet he [Paul] attained salvation. It came in the strangest way. He was at the height of his persecuting zeal. He was making havoc of the Church... Read more
Published on 2 days ago
By Reformed Reader
The post The Dividing Line will be LIVE at 8:30pm EST appeared first on Alpha and Omega Ministries.... Read more
Published on 2 days ago
By Rich Pierce
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