The ReForum 2014: What is it about the Westminster Standard that can bring people together?

  A panel discussion on the topic of “Confessing Christianity: Yesterday’s Reformation for Today’s Public Life,” at Reformed Theological Seminary’s 3rd annual Re Forum in Washington, D.C. Moderated by Dr. Howard Griffith, Associate Professor of Systematic Theology and Academic Dean. Panelists (left to right): Dr. Peter Lee, Associate Professor of Old Testament Mr. Geoff Sackett, […]

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Revelations of Safe-Schools directing kids to age-inappropriate websites warrants program’s immediate suspension

Friday, 26 February 2016 2:39 Posted by ACL Team ­­MEDIA RELEASE   26 February 2016 The Australia Christian Lobby said news that extreme erotic material has been promoted by websites linked to by the Government-funded Safe Schools Coalition were disturbing and warranted the immediate suspension of the program in Australian schools. ACL Managing Director Lyle […]

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A King and His Kingdom

A King and His Kingdom by Roy Blackwood PART ONE Defining the Kingdom “For the Kingdom is the Lord’s” (Psalm 22:28a) What is this Kingdom? Three questions must be answered. 1. What is the source and origin? Why did Jesus Christ “need” to be King and to have this Kingdom? What is THE PURPOSE? 2. […]

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The Kingdom of God

Prof. David J. Engelsma   Contents: The Kingdom of God’s Dear Son The Kingdom of the Rule of God The Kingdom Is Not Carnal The Kingdom Is Spiritual The Kingdom Is the Church The Church as Kingdom The Kingdom in the Lives of the Citizens   The Kingdom of God’s Dear Son “Who … hath […]

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Kingdom by James M. Hamilton, Jr. What is the kingdom of God? The answer cannot be reduced to a word study of the term kingdom. That would be a helpful exercise, but the Bible describes the kingdom even when the word is not used. Any kingdom will consist of a king, his realm, its citizens, and […]

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Christ the King in His Suffering

Article by William VanDoodewaard  April 2014 What does it mean for you that Jesus Christ is King? While many of us could give a good answer, perhaps not many of us would include the profound and powerful testimony of Scripture to Christ as King in his humiliation. This is the period described in the Apostles’ Creed: […]

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The Kingdom is Now

by R.C. Sproul Jr. I am deeply grateful to my Old Testament professor. Though I was young and foolish while in seminary, I have, by God’s grace, been growing less young and less foolish over time. I used to argue with him about as often as I now look back with thanks in my heart. […]

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Would you Please HELP our Missions Organization ICAI to get the gospel to Africa so we can help put a stop to these Practices

Two-Year-Old ‘Witch’ Boy Left to Starve to Death By Superstitious Family Rescued by Aid Worker By Heather Clark on February 16, 20169 Comments NIGERIA — A two-year old boy who was abandoned by his family after being accused of being a witch was recently rescued from death by a Danish aid worker, and online photos […]

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