This Day in Presbyterian History Daily devotional readings in Scripture, the Westminster Standards, & Presbyterian history. Home Our Authors Our Rules Reading Plans Quotes Van Horn Index Subscribe to feed ‹ August 29: Church Planting August 30: Rev. Samuel Occam 30 August, 2016 in August 2016 by archivist | No comments A Great Blessing of […]Read More August 30: Rev. Samuel Occam
Godlessness in the Last Days 2Ti 3:1 This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come. 2Ti 3:2 For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy, 2Ti 3:3 Without natural affection, trucebreakers, false accusers, incontinent, fierce, despisers of those that are good, 2Ti 3:4 Traitors, […]Read More False – Christian Missionaries , fooling people creating a mass hysteria
A young lady has met her death after a failed miracle attempt by her South African pastor. According to wire reports reaching GhanaStar.com a South African pastor in a bid to perform a miracle, caused the death of the young lady after putting a heavy speaker on her. The girl died due to internal injuries […]Read More Woman Dies after Prophet Puts Heavy Speaker on Her Body to Demonstrate a Miracle
Friday, August 12, 2016 | Comments (9) PDF Print Email by John MacArthur One of the great dangers facing the church in these postmodern days is that professing believers will substitute the God of the Bible for a lesser deity of their own design—one that reflects their values, their morality, and their priorities. It’s a […]Read More “God’s Grace Does Not Cancel His Holiness”
What is baptism? Baptism is sign and seal of belonging to God’s covenant community, His visible church. It involves the application of water in the name of the triune God, marking the recipient out as special in God’s sight. What is the covenant? The covenant is the name of the relationship God has entered into […]Read More The Sacrament of Covenant Baptism
May 22, 2016 by David Qaoud 7 Comments Church history question: Did John Calvin murder people? More specifically, did he have Michael Servetus burned at the stake? One of the nerdy things I do in my free time, among other things, is run a Facebook and Twitter account called @JohnCalvinDaily. Every day, I post a […]Read More Did John Calvin Burn Michael Servetus at The Stake?
/Church /Ecclesiology /Theology /10 Myths Commonly Believed About Infant Baptism November 4, 2014 Brandon Smith Church/ Ecclesiology/ Theology 22 Comments The Evangelical church at large today seems to often misrepresent and misunderstand Infant Baptism in a number of ways. This list should not be seen as comprehensive or extensive. It is really just a cursory […]Read More 10 Myths Commonly Believed About Infant Baptism