Let us first consider the practice of our own churches. If we have a children's ministry, teach and catechize our children, periodically call our children disciples, and let our children worship in "big church," then, yes, we should baptize our children. If this is our practice, then it's clear that we don't exclude our children … Continue reading Should We Baptize Our Children?
In a previous post I argued that we cannot "live out" or "display" the gospel. To assume that we can do that, I argued, confuses the biblical categories of law (what we are called to do) and gospel (what God has done to redeem us in Christ). The law gives us God's perfect rule of … Continue reading How God Displays the Gospel
This post and the previous one seek to answer the question: "What does it mean to be Reformed?" These posts are intended for those who might not know what it means to be Reformed, for those who disagree with Reformed theology but nevertheless want to learn more, and for professing Reformed Christians who want to … Continue reading What Does It Mean to Be Reformed? (Part Two)