Monthly Archives: August 2011

Baptist Catechism 78-80

Question 78: Which is the eighth commandment? Answer: The eighth commandment is, Thou shalt not steal (Ex. 20:15). *** Question 79: What is required in the eighth commandment? Answer: The eighth commandment requireth the lawful procuring and furthering the wealth … Continue reading

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Of Earthquakes and Hurricanes

The past couple of days have been filled with talk about the earthquake from Tuesday.  We live in the next county over from where the epicenter was located.  I was at work while my wife felt it with greater force … Continue reading

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Baptist Catechism 75-77

Question 75: Which is the seventh commandment? Answer: The seventh commandment is, Thou shalt not commit adultery (Ex. 20:14). *** Question 76: What is required in the seventh commandment? Answer: The seventh commandment requireth the preservation of our own and … Continue reading

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Prayers for PRBC in Toledo

I received word this morning at church of a prayer request for one of our sister churches, Providence Reformed Baptist Church of Toledo, Ohio.  The economic recession has severely damaged what’s left of the manufacturing sector in that city and … Continue reading

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The Mentality of KJV-Only Advocates

Sometimes we need to be reminded about just how wrong KJV-only advocates really are.  They can be…well…frustrating at times.  I’m still amazed at the thought process which produces that viewpoint.

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Baptist Catechism 72-74

Question 72: What is the sixth commandment? Answer: The sixth commandment is, Thou shalt not kill (Ex. 20:13). *** Question 73: What is required in the sixth commandment? Answer: The sixth commandment requireth all lawful endeavours to preserve our own … Continue reading

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Teaching on Eschatology

Tomorrow morning I’ll be teaching the morning class at church.  The subject will be eschatology (yikes!), specifically teaching about the four major views: amillennialism, postmillennialism, historic premillennialism, and dispensational premillennialism.  I have my own views and opinions certainly, but the … Continue reading

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