The one who truly fights the good fight, who truly finishes the course, who truly keeps the faith is the one who simply loves and longs for the glorious sight of seeing Jesus face-to-face.
What does Scripture say about the practice of head coverings? How should Reformed Baptists think about the practice today?
“But Jesus called them unto him, and said, Suffer little children to come unto me, and forbid them not: for of such is the kingdom of God. Verily I say unto you, Whosoever shall not receive the kingdom of God as a little child shall in no wise enter therein.” (Luke 18:16-17, KJV) Introduction What... Continue Reading →
The church of the Lord Jesus Christ is made up of the citizens of His kingdom which He has purchased to Himself by His blood. This truth must affect our view of the world around us, as it is by this truth that we live as pilgrims in a foreign land.
A fundamental question that every person on this earth is seeking an answer to this: Where do I belong? Where is my home? Where do I fit in? This is one reason why the LGBT movement gained so much popularity in such a short amount of time; it provided a “home” to multitudes of young... Continue Reading →
The following is the contribution to "Why I Preach from the Recieved Text: An Anthology of Essays by Reformed Ministers" by Joshua White As a Reformed Baptist Pastor, I am often asked the question, “Why do you advocate for and use translations based on the Received Text?” To be certain, I fully understand why the... Continue Reading →
Like most people who are living through this modern-day Epidemic I have had my bouts with depression. As believers, we are not immune to the effects of darkness around us, and yes even in us at times. It is during these times we tend to withdraw into those devices that we see as safe havens,... Continue Reading →
What is the biblical substance to be used in the cup during the observance of the Lord’s Supper by His church? It is incredible to see the number of articles and blogs on this very subject. Some helpful, most are not. The reason for the debate stems in large part from reactionism to the temperance... Continue Reading →
Introduction The issue of the textual variant found in Mark 9:29 was brought up to me by a good friend sitting in the pew listening to a sermon last Lord’s Day (April 3). Pastor Joshua White preached from the passage of the child who was healed of a deaf and dumb evil spirit. At Reformed... Continue Reading →
There is a trend growing within the jungles of social media Reformed theology; it began really with the Reformation and the marriage of church and state (see the Westminster Confession of Faith 23.3 and 24.2) continued from Rome among Protestants. This trend is placing marriage, and more specifically the “family unit” on a dangerously high... Continue Reading →