Hillsong NYC Youth Leader Appears as ‘Naked Cowboy’ Reportedly for Women’s Conference

By Heather Clark on May 29, 20164 Comments Photo Credit: Instagram NEW YORK — Concerns are being raised after the youth leader at Hillsong NYC appeared as the “naked cowboy” at a recent women’s conference. Hillsong’s Colour Conference was held on May 6 and 7 in Madison Square Garden with ticket prices set at $209.50 […]

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A Tale of Two Assemblies

by theweeflea A report of the Church of Scotland and Free Church General Assemblies in Christian Today – A Tale of Two Assemblies Another year, another annual church assembly, another battle and series of headlines about the church and sexuality. Deja vue. At this year’s General Assembly the Church of Scotland ‘crossed a Rubicon’ (as the […]

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The Faithful Preaching of the Word

from James Boice May 21, 2016 Category: Articles Many things are talked about as necessary for the health and growth of the church today. People talk about certain programs as essential. It is true that they are important. We have such a diversified culture that people have their own individual problems. The family is fragmented, […]

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Confessional Two Kingdoms

July 17, 2015 / Paul J. Barth The doctrine of the two kingdoms is often confused as a distinction between church and state, but this is not the case. While Christ’s reign over all things in power and over His church in grace do indeed relate to the institutions of the church and the civil […]

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Does Polity Trump Theology? A Re-examination of The PCA’s Decision in the Hedman vs. Pacific Northwest Presbytery

When process and procedures prevail over confessional issues the Church is in danger of losing its power to hold ordained officers accountable for their views. Written by Dewey Roberts | Monday, May 9, 2016 The SJC’s decision in Hedman vs. Pacific Northwest Presbytery is a precedent setting case. It is a denial of the rights […]

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What The Spirit Is Doing Or What We Are Saying? Distinguishing Reformed And Pentecostal Piety

Introduction Since the early 19th century American Christianity has been largely dominated by a revival of the original Anabaptist theology, piety, and practice. One can transpose much of what took place in the 19th century over the first generation Anabaptists (1520s) and it matches up quite well. The original Anabaptists would have understood completely the […]

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