30 July, 2017 in July 2017 by archivist | No comments STUDIES IN THE WESTMINSTER SHORTER CATECHISM by Rev. Leonard T. Van Horn Q. 20. — Did God leave all mankind to perish in the estate of sin and misery? A. — God having, out of his mere good pleasure, from all eternity, elected some to everlasting […]Read More July 30: Van Horn on WSC Q. 20
Author: Ed Welch Date: July 18, 2013 Category: Blog Posts Topics: Faith I asked a new friend how he came to know Jesus—always a great story. He had been a searcher from his early teens and investigated the religions of his best friends. After hearing an apologist for one faith, my friend was stunned by […]Read More What is faith?
Daily devotional readings in Scripture, the Westminster Standards, & Presbyterian history ‹ July 22: Richard Cameron [1647-1680] • July 24: Exaggeration in Conversation › July 23: Van Horn on WSC Q. 19 23 July, 2017 in July 2017 by archivist | No comments STUDIES IN THE WESTMINSTER SHORTER CATECHISM by Rev. Leonard T. Van Horn […]Read More This Day in Presbyterian History
world by Cailyn Finkel 7/24/2017 The Battle of Dunkirk was one that left 97-year-old Ken Sturdy with memories he can’t seem to shake. That’s why he was so apprehensive about seeing the movie “Dunkirk” in theatres. On one hand, he was eager to see if the battle was represented fairly – on the other, he […]Read More 97-Year-Old Veteran Attends “Dunkirk” Movie Premiere. Walks Out Of Theater And Stir He Causes Makes Headlines
by Melton Duncan When Roman legions invaded Caledonia (modern-day Scotland) in the late first century AD, it was said by the historian Tacitus that the powerful Celtic chieftain Calgacus emerged and rallied his tribes against the might of Rome, famously declaring, “They make a desert, and they call it peace.” Today’s Christian pastor is likewise making […]Read More How to Pray for Your Pastor
Posted on 21 Jul 2017 Sometimes we pray even though we do not feel like praying. We open our Bibles and our minds and hearts feel as though they are under a dead weight. How should we approach this problem? There is a widespread false assumption that the spiritual life is either all […]Read More Help for Stirring Up Your Spiritual Life
« Previous / Next » By churchwatcher / July 21, 2017 / Bethel “Church”, Christ for all Nations The demonic realm should avoided at all cost. Unfortunately, so-called ‘Christian’ institutions, ministries and churches are not afraid to partner or associate themselves with people who engage in unbiblical activity, particularly the practice of ‘grave-sucking’. In this […]Read More GOD TV, Bethel, Lifestyle Christianity & IAHM endorsing demonic ‘grave-sucking’.
The Pen by Seth Dunn · Published May 31, 2017 · Updated June 7, 2017 The following testimony was submitted to Pulpit & Pen for publication: My name is Lauran. I am a Southern Baptist from Tennessee. I walked the aisle to accept Jesus at age 5 but I believe I was truly saved 12 years ago […]Read More A Pastor’s Wife Breaks Free of Beth Moore: A Testimony
by Pulpit & Pen · April 6, 2014 Early last week the news broke that World Vision was changing its policies on the hiring of so-called same-sex Christians who were involved in so-called same-sex marriages. That new policy announcement was quickly reversed and Rich Sterns, president of World Vision, issued a letter of apology. Tons […]Read More World Vision Shennanigans and the Missapropriation of Prayer
by Bud Ahlheim · Published February 16, 2017 · Updated February 16, 2017 For believers who are part of the glorious, contemporary revival of Reformed theology spreading across the globe, the pillar of sola Scriptura – Scripture Alone – is a well-known feature revived during the 16th-century Protestant Reformation. We recognize that Scripture […]Read More Tongues: The Final Word … Got Better, Not “Lesser”