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10 Things You Should Know about Reformed Theology

by Ryan Kron

by: Paul M. Smalley, Joel R. Beeke “1. Reformed theology celebrates the glory of God. The heart and soul of Reformed theology is the glory of the triune God (Ps. 96:3; John 17:1). For this reason, it is often called “God-centered” theology. B. B. Warfield said, “The Calvinist, in a word, is the man who sees God. . […]

Who’s to Blame When the Shooter Is One of Our Own?

by Ryan Kron

“The latest synagogue attack has shaken fellow Orthodox Presbyterians—but it implicates all of us living in a fallen world and divisive culture.” CARL TRUEMAN| APRIL 30, 2019 “Last weekend’s news of another synagogue attack was shocking but, sadly, not a shock. Mass shootings, while thankfully not routine weekly occurrences, have become a matter of “when” […]

Is There Evidence for Jesus’ Resurrection?

by Ryan Kron

“Did Jesus truly rise from the dead? Did Jesus’ biographers—Matthew, Mark, Luke and John—record actual historical events? Were they capable historians? These are just some of the many questions that arise in our minds as we read the Bible.” Come and join us at our Easter Sunday service this Sunday morning at 10:30 am at […]

Who Will Attend Your Church This Sunday?

by Ryan Kron

“82% of unchurched people said they were “somewhat likely” to attend church if they were invited. 21% of active churchgoers have invited anyone to church in the course of a year. (And the number that invite an unchurched person is more like 2%!) Evangelistic Accelerant: This Sunday is arguably the day that an unchurched person is most open to going […]

How Can I Pray for My Spouse?

by Ryan Kron

Pastor Joe Holland writes: “Praying for our spouse combines the two most important relationships in our lives: our covenant with God and our covenant with our spouse. These two covenants are the bedrock of creation before the fall, and the marriage covenant in particular is the primary illustration for understanding much of redemptive history (Eph. 5:22–33). […]

Emotions Make Terrible gods: Taking Control of Our Feelings

by Ryan Kron

Greg Morse writes: “You cannot tell me how to feel,” the little girl shouted mid-tantrum. “I’m not telling you how to feel,” retorted the parent. “I am telling you how to behave. And how you are behaving is completely out of line.” Although the volume made the episode observable from almost anywhere in the store, it was […]