The Nature of Sin and Pagans

I'd like to thank the Particular Baptist team for the review of the article and edits. Introduction A doctrine that is a core tenant of “Calvinists” is the “T” in TULIP: Total Depravity. This so-called acronym is nowhere found in the high Reformed or even among Calvin’s known writings but is a summary of certain... Continue Reading →

Worldliness and the Christian

This article is an adaptation from a lesson given on Daniel chapter 1 by Daniel Vincent found here. Thanks to Andrew Warrick for his review and edits. As for these four young men, God gave them knowledge and skill in all literature and wisdom; and Daniel had understanding in all visions and dreams. Daniel 1:17... Continue Reading →

We Are On Patreon!

I don’t think I ever thought our ministry would be where it is now. Our audience has grown so much and it is by God’s grace this has gone where it has. And now we are Patreon! Would you consider partnering with us? Being a patron means receiving EXCLUSIVE benefits! Supporting us through one of... Continue Reading →

Jingle Bells and Worship

The regulative principle is the guiding principle of Reformed worship. It governs how we come before our holy God. Without this principle, God could be approached as we please, doing essentially what the Israelites did at the end of Judges, In those days there was no king in Israel. Everyone did what was right in... Continue Reading →

God Disciplines His Children

Thanks to The Particular Baptist team who reviewed and edited this article. The discipline of the Lord can come in different methods. I think in two different ways, at least primarily: through suffering and through His Word. We must not think that the Christian life will be one only of ease and that we will... Continue Reading →

Is Gambling a Sin?

*This article does not necessarily reflect the opinions of all of the contributors to the Particular Baptist Recently, I had the privilege of appearing on the Why Theology podcast to talk about the Church and how it should be governed. While on it I was asked the question about how a church with a congregational... Continue Reading →

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