Fuller The Non-Calvinist?

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Editorial note: This is the first post in a series on Andrew Fuller’s theology.  Here is the series so far: Fuller the Non-Calvinist? (Part 1), Fullerite: Doctrine of Inability (Part 2), Fuller and Irresistible Grace (Part 3), Fuller and the Atonement – 1/4 (Part 4), Fuller and the Atonement – 2/4 (Part 5), Fuller and the Atonement – 3/4 (Part 6), and Fuller and the Atonement 4/4…



Truth compelled us to be

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When Ann Judson reached the conclusion that the New Testament gave no warrant for infant baptism but instead taught by command, example, and true covenantal continuity that baptism, immersion, is of believers only, it came as a result of careful study of Scripture and a deep-seated commitment to self-denial for the sake of conformity to…



What is the Theological and Practical Significance of Christ’s Resurrection?

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  I’ve heard people say that Christ accomplished redemption by His resurrection. But that’s not quite right. It’s more accurate to say that Christ’s righteous life and death accomplished redemption. Christ’s resurrection, however, is the application of redemption. Redemption means “to be bought out of bondage and set free.” Christ’s resurrection was His own redemption….

   

Preparing for Gathered Worship: Make It a Priority

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Preparing for worship means making time and making choices. Worship, especially corporate worship, takes time. It takes commitment. We must set aside time to come. We need to guard our schedules and consider times of corporate worship a priority. Listen to what the Word of God tells us about gathering together: And let us consider…

 

Guest Post: Beneath the Bombs Bursting in Air

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[The following is a guest post from Jared Longshore.  Jared is a pastor at Providence Church in Lehigh Acres, FL, a PhD student at SBTS, and he blogs at http://jaredlongshore.com]   As Francis Scott Key stood captive on a British ship watching the rockets red glare and receiving inspiration for the Star Spangled Banner, John Dagg…