Monthly Archives: February 2011

Zealous faith

Have you met someone who has more enthusiasm for an area in which you have some competence than he has skill or knowledge?  The zeal without knowledge that Paul describes in Romans 10:1-4 is not just annoying–it has eternal consequences. … Continue reading

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Should Trinity Presbyterian Church get a Facebook page?

The church of Jesus Christ ought to make good use of the technology the Lord has provided, I believe. However, we need to guard against the temptation of allowing technology to replace the ordinary means of grace, the preaching of the Word of God, the sacraments and prayer. Continue reading

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Wine or Grape Juice

Over the past months I have had several posts dealing with Christian liberty and the use of wine, particularly in the Lord’s Supper.  Those were edited snippets from an article which has now been published in Ordained Servant, “Wine or … Continue reading

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The Potter and the clay

Parents recognize backtalk when they hear it.  And children also recognize when they are guilty of speaking it.  Why not tolerate it?  Because backtalk undermines the basic structure of authority which God has established in the home.  If it is … Continue reading

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