Over the past week, I’ve been involved in a number of conversations about whether churches should live stream the Lord’s Supper. In most cases, the conversations have not been about whether live streaming the Lord’s Supper is valid under normal circumstances (for an argument that it should be considered so, see here). Most of the […]
Reflections on Christian assurance
The evangelical internet has been in a state of moderate agitation the past couple of days in response to a sermon by John Piper in which he touches on the relationship between “faith” and “feeling.” I have no intention of entering that particular conversation. But it does provide an occasion for addressing an issue of […]
“Jesus Christ is the light of the world”: rightly relating the church’s ministry, mission, and worship
“Almighty God, whose Son our Savior Jesus Christ is the light of the world: Grant that your people, illumined by your Word and Sacraments, may shine with the radiance of Christ’s glory, that he may be known, worshiped, and obeyed to the ends of the earth; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who with you and […]
Herman Bavinck on confessing the faith: a new English translation
I am excited to see a new English edition of Herman Bavinck’s, The Sacrifice of Praise. Cameron Clausing and Gregory Parker Jr. have done a wonderful job of editing and translating Bavinck for a wider audience, in addition to penning a helpful introduction to the work. You can purchase the book here or here. I […]
How is Jesus present in the Lord’s Supper?
SOURCE: RTS ORLANDO
Is Infant Baptism Biblical?
When God made a covenant with Abraham, he promised to be a God not only to Abraham the believer, but also to Abraham’s children…Baptism is the sign and the seal of the covenant promises that belong to believers and that belong to the children of believers as well.” Source: RTS Orlando