Around the Horn (May 3)

Reversing the Gospel: Warfield on Race and Racism  Warfield was a staunch defender of the Christian faith who rarely engaged in social issues. Yet, according to Fred Zaspel, the one issue that Warfield confronted was the

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Spurgeon on Church Membership

Charles Haddon Spurgeon, “Joining the Church,” In The Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit Sermons, (London: Passmore & Alabaster, 1914), 295-298. Below I have added the headings, some of the paragraph breaks, and updated some of the spelling.

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Church Membership: Loving What Jesus Loves

He was reading his Bible and I struck up a conversation with him. We talked about the gospel and then I asked him, “What church do you belong to?” He answered, “I attend different churches

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Around the Horn (April 26)

Should Christians Try to 'Own' the Other Side? In this article, Dan Darling highlights the dangers of Christian attempting to shame those who hold contrary views. He argues that doing so is not for the sake

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Around the Horn (April 19)

Why Good Theology is the Answer to Bad Technology What do old truths have to do with new technological challenges? In this article, David Murray makes the case that good theology is the only correct

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Baptism: A Sign of the Kingdom of Christ

I. What is Christian baptism? The ordinance of Christian baptism is a command of Jesus; the crucified, resurrected, and ascended Christ. It is a congregational act of a gospel-believing local church in which a professing

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