A look at the occurrences of the word "excommunication" in the Bible, and what it means for this practice.
In their book, "The Mark of Jesus," Timothy George and John Woodbridge seek to convince us of the upmost importance of love and unity in the life of believers.
The God of the Bible isn't desperate for your love. . . . irresistible grace.
"Man's chief end is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever." . . . 1 Corinthians 10:31.
In his book, "The Church: The Gospel Made Visible," Mark Dever seeks to help us clearly understand the importance of the local church.
Whatever we set up as a god in place of Jesus Christ is a violation of the 2nd Commandment. . . . (Westminster Larger Catechism, question 109).
John Piper writes, “I am not optimistic that the biblical doctrine of justification will flourish where N. T. Wright’s portrayal holds sway.” -- from The Future of Justification
The title says it all. . . . Ephesians 1:4-5
This book “addresses how denominational affiliation can be natural without being negative, and how evangelical identity can help rather than hinder Christian unity.” -- from Why We Belong, edited by Anthony L. Chute, et al.
Plans and goals for my blog in the months to come