Church History: Jewish Backdrop

Before we start our long, meaningful journey into church history, there is a crucial point that needs to be made. The word “church” truly begins in the New Testament, but we must see that church history starts even further than that. Church history has a beautiful Jewish backdrop. We must realize that the apostles did not … Continue reading Church History: Jewish Backdrop

Devotion

                I offer, for devotional purposes, one of the most important documents the Christian Church has ever produced. This “Nicene Creed” outlines a proper understanding of our God and I encourage all of us to reflect upon it today. It isn’t Scripture, but it outlines, quite clearly, what the Scriptures teach. Soli Deo Gloria!             … Continue reading Devotion

Current Events April 12, 2017: Eastern Orthodoxy

I am passionately and unapologetically Protestant. Thus, it is quite concerning that Eastern Orthodoxy has made such a large impact in the USA. I am currently listening to a very well-written book entitled The Benedict Option, written by Rod Dreher. He is Eastern Orthodox. On top of that, the Bible Answer Man himself has made … Continue reading Current Events April 12, 2017: Eastern Orthodoxy

Devotion 2

          Have you ever recited the Apostle’s Creed? Have you ever felt its truths reverberate throughout your soul? The Apostle’s Creed goes thusly: I believe in God, the Father Almighty Maker of heaven and earth And in Jesus Christ, His only Son, our Lord Who was conceived by the Holy Spirit, And born of the … Continue reading Devotion 2

Church History: Musical Controversies

While pursuing a Worship Ministries degree from NOBTS, I had the pleasure to take a class called, Congregational Song in Corporate Worship. This course was, ultimately, a history class on how the church has worshipped God, through song, since the time of the early church. I thoroughly enjoyed this class because it opened my eyes … Continue reading Church History: Musical Controversies