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On Arguments Against Singing Psalms

I am convinced that we, as the church of God, should sing the Psalms in corporate worship. In this blog, I will not build a case for an exclusive Psalmody position, but do some interacting with the two main arguments … Continue reading

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Reflecting on Ryrie

My freshman year of college at the Word of Life Bible Institute I had Charles Ryrie as my eschatology professor. At the time I didn’t know much about him, but I had owned his systematic theology for about a year … Continue reading

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Proclaiming Truth and Accepting Falsehood

Amongst friends and occasionally frenemies, I am regularly charged with being a crusty, old Presbyterian. I may be crusty, but at 31 I don’t think I’m very old. Such accusations generally come from the fact that I actually believe that … Continue reading

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Ethics: Part 2

Greetings all. It’s been a long time, but for this morning at least, I’m back. It’s been so long since I’ve posted on here that perhaps you thought I was Taylor. Zing. Continuing my series on Christian ethics, there are … Continue reading

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Ethics: Part 1

The spring semester is over at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary. It ended last week, and I’m posting for the first time since March. This past semester I took a two credit Ethics course with Dr. Nelson Kloosterman, and it was … Continue reading

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Walking On A Wire…

Hola readers! This is my first post in a while, so I will start by saying this: It’s been a long while since I’ve posted, or dealt with TBP at all for that matter. In this, I humbly ask your … Continue reading

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To Drink, or not to Drink?

UPDATE: I’ve decided to preface this blog entry with the fact that I am NOT making a counter argument that Christians should drink. I am actually evaluating Mrs. Sanders argumentation. I stated this below, but as I have seen the … Continue reading

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