Christians all over the world are starting to think about what it would look like to win the nations to Christ; a “mere-Christendom,” as some have called it. However, there’s a lot of theological heavy lifting that needs to be done if we’re going to make this work. *Both Pastor Joel and Pastor Jared acknowledge that several Credobaptist churches do …
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Christians all over the world are starting to think about what it would look like to win the nations to Christ; a “mere-Christendom,” as some have called it. However, there’s a lot of theological heavy lifting that needs to be done if we’re going to make this work.
*Both Pastor Joel and Pastor Jared acknowledge that several Credobaptist churches do serve the Lord’s Supper to Paedobaptists. It’s also worth noting that the CREC is not an exclusively Presbyterian denomination, but a communion of reformed and evangelical churches.
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Even the most sanctified among us, have a perverse standard for justice when compared with the holiness of God.
In this short video, Pastor Joel Webbon provides a synopsis of Covenant Theology, particularly in regards to how Covenant Theology sees the Gospel.
There are not two separate tracks of God’s redemptive work in the world: one for Israel and another for Gentiles. God divorced Israel according to the flesh. There is now only one true Israel in accordance with the promise.
Limited Atonement, 1689 Covenant Theology, and a whole lot more.
Not a single drop of Christ’s blood will ever be found in hell. Likewise, not a single prayer of Christ’s intercession will ever be found to have been wasted on the non-elect. Jesus died to acquire your inheritance, and Jesus rose from the dead and ascended to the right hand of the Father in heaven to make sure you receive …
“I’m not sure whether my three little girls are regenerate. Regardless of whether or not they are regenerate, I will raise them as ‘pre-Christians,’ not pagan enemies of God. Even as a Baptist, I fully believe that when it comes to the salvation of my children, the question is merely a matter of WHEN God will choose to save them, …
According to a Reformed Baptist view, the New Covenant is not just BIGGER, but BETTER; not merely WIDER, but DEEPER.“But as it is, Christ has obtained a ministry that is as much more excellent than the old as the covenant he mediates is better, since it is enacted on better promises” (Hebrews 8:6).
The problem with the Old Covenant was not that God gave bad commands, but that the people had bad hearts. However, under the New Covenant, God promises to give all his New Covenant people new hearts.
The Tabernacle (and later the Temple) was constructed under the direction of Moses, according to the detailed instructions he received from God on Mount Sinia (or Mount Horeb). The “First Section” of the Tabernacle (the Holy Place), stands in distinction from the “Second Section” (the Most Holy Place, or the Holy of Holies). This is not meant to signify two …