I’m enjoying this excellent biography, the Life and Campaigns of Stonewall Jackson, written by his Chaplain, Robert L. Dabney (a Confederate States Army chaplain, and reformed Theologian). The following are some excerpts, as well as my thoughts and applications. Chapter IV – Life in Lexington Jackson now professes faith in Christ and has been baptized.
Tag: Regulative Principle of Worship
Recently after visiting another church, I posted the following on my Facebook wall. “Visited another church this morning. Immediately upon entering the building it looked like a scene from the movie Jaws. Then the sanctuary looked like the beach, even a surfboard, shorts, and guitars on the stage. I’ve come to accept that there’s no
I understand most professing Christians that are a proponent of livestreaming will disagree with me. But I’m not trying to change their minds, nor will I argue with them on social media. If it’s God’s will, He will change their minds. And if I’m wrong, then perhaps He’ll change mine. If you disagree with me,
While doing a Google search for [gospel + police] I discovered that CNN had endorsed and promoted a professing Christian police officers “Gospel” message, that video went “viral.” I attempted to download the CNN video but was unsuccessful. However, I was able to locate the exact public file that they featured in their news story.
Christian music is an oxymoron – the sanctuary is not a place for entertainment. The entire sermon of Psalm 84 can be watched here.
Disclaimer: Though architecture is important, I am not speaking in the context of the architecture of the building. Nonetheless, I am speaking of how the congregation meets. Let me first say what a sanctuary is not. The sanctuary of a church is not a country club, a social club, a recreational room, a community center,