Over the weekend, in a WhatsApp discussion group I belong to, we welcomed a new member who had just joined the group. During the introductions, one group member, a personal friend, who also happened to be the one who introduced me to Reformed Theology introduced himself thus “I was born into a Christian family so … Continue reading Faith, Emotions and The Word of God.
The message of the cross is the heart of all that God has done for the salvation of men; and the one thing that must be preached at all times. We bring you a compilation of articles which speaks to Christ's death for humanity's sins. PDF: Christ Our Sin Bearer_The Lamb Of God
Today begins the commemoration of the death and resurrection of Christ Christians all over the world celebrate as Easter. To mark this, we have compiled some of our blogposts relevant for the occassion as an e-book: Christ Our Sin Bearer: The Lamb Of God. You can access a free PDF by clicking on this link … Continue reading Christ Our Sin Bearer: The Lamb Of God
Consider my first parents, Adam and Eve. Created perfect, and in the image of God. God’s communion to enjoy in the eve; In perfect peace and accord. Along comes the Tempter Foolishly, the fall. They hide from their maker: But He draws near, in spite, He provided a way out of it all. I was … Continue reading Inspite Of Me
The preaching of God’s grace in election has frequently been associated with antinomianism –the belief that those who are saved by grace through faith are released from the obligation of obeying the moral law. This is not new – there were some who misconstrued Apostle Paul’s teaching of Grace as a license to continue in … Continue reading Chosen, So What?
The biblical doctrine of election is arguably one of the most controversial doctrines in holy writ. Yet it is one of the doctrines Paul lays down soon after his preliminary remarks to the Ephesians. While some avoid it altogether, others have a problem “accepting” it, appealing to reasons such as it being unfair, or inconsistent … Continue reading Elected Unto Eternal Life
This is the second in series on the resurrection. You can read the first in the series here. Now, when Paul uses the word mystery, he is not referring to some unexplainable fact or a Harry Potter kind of mystery. For him mystery is something that was hidden before but is now made clear. For … Continue reading The Mystery of The Resurrection