Monthly Archives: November 2017

Separate Gender Meetings within a Church?

The Proposition Is it biblical to hold separate gender meetings within a church, especially on a regular basis? I believe not, apart from the meeting of elders, and yet it is the practice of many churches. Except for the meetings … Continue reading

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Benefits of the New Covenant

The Bible’s focus and theme from beginning to end, Genesis to Revelation, is Jesus Christ the Son of God and His people whom He would redeem. As history unfolds, the mystery of salvation (Mark 4:11) through Jesus is gradually revealed … Continue reading

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The Fallibility of the 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith?

All men are fallible. The only infallible being is God. He has never made a mistake, and He has never apologised. He has given His Word, i.e., the Bible, to men as a revelation of Himself and of His will … Continue reading

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My Understanding of New Covenant Theology (NCT)

New Covenant Theology’s Hermeneutic NCT’s hermeneutic interprets the Old Testament through the lens of the New Testament. With this eschatological perspective it sees the chosen people of God of the Old Testament (physical Israel) as being composed mainly of unbelievers. … Continue reading

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The Biblical Way

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