Posts tagged with Bible Study

Carl Trueman on Depression

Carl Trueman gives us a good reminder about what depression is and is not....Read More

Clearing Up Some Common Misperceptions of "Particular Redemption"

In any discussion of particular redemption it is of first importance that we define what is at issue. This is because many persons misperceive what Reformed persons actually affirm in the doctrine....Read More

For Whom Did Christ Die? Part 5

Here is the final post in this series. I go over four different passages that are intended to teach a universal atonement....Read More

For Whom Did Christ Die? Part 4

The verse that I am looking at today is, upon first reading, the most difficult one on the list of passages that I am seeking to explain. You will see why as you read the verse, 2 Peter 2:1....Read More

For Whom Did Christ Die? Part 3

I am continuing my study of a list of verses that presume a universal atonement....Read More

For Whom Did Christ Die? Part 2

In the second part of this series I am looking at three texts and their relation to the atonement: Isaiah 53:6, Hebrews 2:9, and John 3:16....Read More

For Whom Did Christ Die? Part 1

I am responding to a list of objections to the idea that Christ did not die indiscriminately for every individual who has ever, is , or will ever live....Read More

How big is your God?

The God we often conceive of as we think about Him is less than Biblical. What we need is a encouragement to think bigger thought about God....Read More

8 Profitable Ways to Read the Bible

Good Bible reading advice from J.C.Ryle....Read More

Some end of summer reading

Recent years have witnessed large numbers of people traveling the same path I traveled over ten years ago. In the interest of saving them time, money, and bad authors, I offer here a suggested reading list for those who are new to the Reformed faith and who wish to know where to begin in their studies....Read More

What is a Reformed Baptist Church?

The five points of Reformed Baptist Churches: A brief out-line of our distinctive convictions.This should help to define who it is we are and exactly what it is we believe....Read More

Why doctrine matters. Part 2

Doctrine matters because it challenges our presuppositions in light of Scripture. For our thoughts and lives to be godly we need to study God's Word and be as precise as possible in our thinking about Him....Read More