Tag Archives: History

Summer Reading 2019

Summer is here, and for many, that means a change of pace that might provide an opportunity for a little extra reading. If you think you might be able to slip in a book or two in the coming weeks, … Continue reading

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Reading (and Studying) History

I am currently finishing up Robert McKenzie’s book, The First Thanksgiving. If you know me, then you know I enjoy history. McKenzie’s book has not only been informative about the holiday we simply call Thanksgiving. He has also taught me … Continue reading

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The Definition of Chalcedon

Over the past month or so I have mentioned the Definition of Chalcedon several times in sermons, Sunday School and various conversations. I wanted to post it in full for those who want to read it but don’t know where … Continue reading

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The Rise of Efficiency and the Decline of Discipline

Professor Greg Wills has researched and documented extensively the subject of Church Discipline in Baptist churches and the decline of the practice in the 1900s. In a recent publication on the importance of biblical practice in Baptist churches Wills contributed a … Continue reading

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