Monthly Archives: November 2014

Biblical Theology

Over the past few Sundays (years) I have spoken of or made reference to Biblical Theology several (numerous) times. I like the definition provided by J.I. Packer: Biblical Theology is the umbrella-name for those disciplines that explore the unity of … Continue reading

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“We Must”

Lottie Moon Christmas Offering

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Christ and The Office of Prophet

As we have been looking at the Threefold Office of Christ (Prophet, Priest and King), we must keep in mind that we can spend a whole lifetime learning of Christ. This past Sunday we looked at Christ and the office … Continue reading

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Prophet, Priest and King

On Sunday we began a three-part sermon series on the Threefold Office of Christ. Charles Hodge has a helpful summary of this subject in his Systematic Theology. Hodge wrote: We as fallen men, ignorant, guilty, polluted, and helpless, need a … Continue reading

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Our Man in Heaven

In light of it being election week, I thought the following appropriate: Diplomats and reporters sometimes talk about ‘our man in Washington’…For Christians Jesus is ‘our man in heaven’. He is there for us and on our behalf. He is … Continue reading

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