Samuel Renihan on Typology…

  “Animal sacrifices are not the blood of Christ and cannot take away sin. But they do teach God’s people about penal substitutionary atonement. And they do make the people long for a more perfect sacrifice by reminding the participants of their sin, i.e., not cleansing their consciences. So then, the animal sacrifice is not... Continue Reading →

A Sudden Shift…

I have much love for Dr. R. Scott Clark and all he has done, and continues to do for the Kingdom.  But the article below is one of many reasons I wasn’t sold concerning paedobaptist Covenant Theology, and what results from that (the infant baptism tradition).  As you read the article you will find that... Continue Reading →

A Paedobaptist Critique…

Brandon Adams hits one out of the park again with a respectful critique of paedobaptist Patrick Hines recent blog posts and sermons concerning paedobaptist Covenant Theology, and his own critique of the Baptist position. If interested in Covenant Theology, baptism, etc., give this video a watch as Brandon critiques paedobaptist inconsistencies, explains more about the... Continue Reading →

On the New Covenant…

  In the Old Covenant, God’s law was written on stone. Consequently, it could be broken, even though God had really and actually through covenant become Israel’s husband (Jer. 31:32). In the New Covenant, however, the law is written on the heart of all covenant citizens, guaranteeing that no member of God’s New Covenant people... Continue Reading →

The Oridinary and the Extraordinary Christian?

R.Scott Clark concerning Reformed piety, and it’s denial of two distinct classes of the Christian (ordinary & extraordinary/spiritual). “When, in 1517, Luther complained about the abuse of indulgences, he began a movement back to Scripture and toward a biblical understanding of piety in which Christ’s grace received in public worship overflows into private prayer and... Continue Reading →

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