Category Archives: Ecclesiology

A Basic Guide to Reformed Worship

[This was originally posted on the Covenant Presbyterian Church, Nashville blog on 2 September 2011] For many joining us in worship on Sunday morning the form can be a bit unusual. I know I wasn’t raised worshiping God according to … Continue reading

Posted in Ecclesiology, Liturgy and Worship, Sabbath

Reformed Worship, Part 2

[This was originally posted on the Covenant Presbyterian Church, Nashville blog on 18 November 2011] Sometimes our form of worship can be hard to understand and follow. I was reminded of this again recently when I sat next to a … Continue reading

Posted in Ecclesiology, Liturgy and Worship, Sabbath

“Gospel” is a Noun

[This was originally posted on the Covenant Presbyterian Church, Nashville blog on 23 February 2012] It is quite popular in American churches today to speak of the gospel as though it is something we do. All sorts of good works … Continue reading

Posted in Christ and Culture, Christian Living, Ecclesiology, Liturgy and Worship

Books Every Lay Person Should Read: Living in God’s Two Kingdoms by David VanDrunen

Our next book is Living in God’s Two Kingdoms by David VanDrunen. Who is the author? David VanDrunen is a professor of systematic theology at Westminster Seminary California and an ordained minister in the OPC (Orthodox Presbyterian Church). What is … Continue reading

Posted in 2Kingdoms, Book Recommendations, Christ and Culture, Ecclesiology

Shepherds or CEOs?

The comparison is not new. Nor is the point one which has only recently been made by many within the church and especially among pastors. Even on this blog I have made it clear in posts past that I am … Continue reading

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