Ep. #33: Antinomianism

Josh, Dale and Drew discuss the error of antinomianism and make necessary distinctions on how this error can manifest itself in the life of Christians. Subscribe to our podcast!

Ep. #29 The Trinitarian Nature of Christianity

Dale and Drew discuss the Trinitarian nature of the Christian faith and life.  They look at a definition of the Trinity, explain the progressive revelation of this doctrine, and look at several key Scriptures in both Old and New Testaments. Show Notes: "The Trinitarian Nature of the Christian Faith and Life" (post by Drew)  ... Continue Reading →

Ep #28 Legalism

In this episode Josh and Dale discuss what legalism is theologically and some of the more practical ways it finds its way into the life of the church.

Ep. #24 What Is God’s Will for Your Life?

We address the misguided understanding that many Christians have regarding God's will for their lives.  The will of God is not some mystical concept that is discerned through signs and subjective feelings.  Rather, the Bible is full of principles, wisdom, and instruction regarding God's will for us.   Subscribe to our podcast!

Ep. #17 Family Worship

We discuss the biblical mandate of fathers leading their families in the discipline of family worship.  We likewise discuss the various ways we have approached family worship and are honest with our shortcomings in this area. Show Notes: Family-Driven Faith (book by Voddie Baucham) Family Shepherds (book by Voddie Baucham) Family Worship (book by Donald... Continue Reading →

Thankfulness and Prayer Habits

Perhaps we think of thankfulness in terms of gratitude, which is a correct way to think of being thankful for someone or something; but as Christians when we think of being thankful to God we are not merely expressing our gratitude to him, we are engaging in worship. In many opening paragraphs in Paul's epistles... Continue Reading →

Ep. #11 The Church Bound Together in Love

We discuss the various virtues Paul exhorts Christians to "put on" in Colossians 3:12-14, of which love serves as the binding principle.  We also discuss the importance of rooting these exhortations in the gospel, as Paul is careful to do. Show Notes: "Bound Together in Love" (post by Dale)   Subscribe to our podcast!

Bound Together In Love

The Church of Jesus Christ is marked by certain virtues, and when these virtues are applied to the relationships of the church they hold those relationships together. This is brought out very clearly in Colossians 3:12-14 where Paul lists these virtues and tells the church that they are to "put on" certain things that are... Continue Reading →

Selfies and Selflessies

The word "selfie" was declared popular enough to grab a slot in the Oxford Dictionary in 2013. In a sense, the addition of this word was very appropriate given the nature of the generation who made it popular. That is to say that the Millennial generation has become one that is, among other things, defined... Continue Reading →

Importance of Family Worship

"And verily there is one spring and cause of the decay of religion in our day which we cannot but touch upon and earnestly urge a redress of, and that is the neglect of the worship of God in families by those to whom the charge and conduct of them is committed." - from the... Continue Reading →

Marks of a Healthy Church

When we speak of marks of a church we are speaking of its various principles, characteristics, and practices, which work together to make it a healthy or sound church.  So, we are answering the question, What does a healthy church, according to the Bible, look like?  Acts 2:41-42 serves as a summary of important marks... Continue Reading →

Social Media Fosters Shallow Theology

Perhaps one of the most influential people in my life and development as a Christian has been my pastor, who has mentored me for the last 3 years. While my time studying under him has been beneficial on several fronts, one of the most valuable practices I have learned is to be humble. Now, I... Continue Reading →

Church Life – Acts 2:41-42

So those who received his word were baptized, and there were added that day about three thousand souls.  And they devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers. - Acts 2:41-42 The apostle Peter had just finished preaching Christ and him crucified, resurrected, and enthroned.  God... Continue Reading →

Means of Grace

"The preaching of the Word (or, the Word preached) and the administration of the sacraments (or, the sacraments administered) are the means officially instituted in the Church, by which the Holy Spirit works and confirms faith in the hearts of men." - Louis Berkhof (Systematic Theology, 605)

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