Articles: the Reformed Faith and it’s Application

– “Studies in Second John” (new studies added each week)
– “Has God’s Law Ended?” (Today it continues as fulfilled in Christ.)
– “Time and the God who Made It” (Time is different to our Creator)
– “The Why of Evil” (it has a purpose)
– “Noah’s Real Ark” (correcting a common misconception)
– “Should Infants of Believers be Baptized?” (a simplified summary)
– “Praying for One Another” James 5:16 (a lesson on intercessory prayer)

Word Studies

“Love synonyms”

Short Studies

“What Is Faith?” (time: 6:52) (video study of how the Bible uses the word)
Knowing What God Has Said (How we got our Bibles)
Lessons from God’s Universe (short studies in Science and God’s Word)
Our Reformed Heritage (4 biographical and exegetical lessons)
Five Challenging Bible Facts (5 lessons in Calvinism’s “TULIP”)
The Truth About Christmas (4 studies about the birth of Jesus)

Biblical Theology

What Is Reformed Theology?
Distinctives of Presbyterianism
Demons in God’s Creation
The Indwelling Holy Spirit
The Dawn of Otherness
Is There an Unpardonable Sin?
Did Jesus Descend Into Hell?
Worship Music Beyond the Psalms
The Sabbath Day (or PDF format)
The Behemoth of Job 40:15-24
Images Of God?
A Study of Speaking in Tongues
Does God Repent?
Raising Hands in Worship?
Hats for Women in Worship?
Father Forgive Them
God’s Sovereign Good Pleasure
Did Jesus Have to Die?
True Blue Presbyterianism
The Holy Spirit in the Ministry of the Word.
Iterative Reformation
God’s Love in John 3:16

Living for God’s Glory

I Am Not My Own 1 Corinthians 6:19-20
The Meaning of Blessedness
Managing Our Time
The Tithing Question
Alternate Life As an Avatar
Practical Sovereignty
Being Made Right With God
Predicting the Future
Resolved to Remember
The Rising Sun of Righteousness
No More Dark Trails
Encouragement In Our Songs
Three Exercises for the Soul
Wouldn’t Badges Be Easier?
Living Lovingly
Living Thankfully
Learning Compassion
Optimistic Living
Courtesy: A Neglected Virtue
A Brief Note for the Impatient
Infallible Compassions
How Should We Then Vote?

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