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 →

Confessing Simplicity Isn’t Enough

Can you spot the irony in the quote below? "He begot an only begotten Son before aeonian times (γεννήσαντα υἱὸν μονογενῆ πρὸ χρόνων αἰωνίων), through whom he also made the aeons and everything, begetting him not just in appearance but in truth, giving him existence by his own will, unchangeable and unalterable, a perfect creature... Continue Reading →

Every Good and Perfect Gift

Thanks to The Particular Baptist team for their edits and recommendations for this article. As Christians, we are truly blessed. Not only have we been given the gift of Christ but we have inherited blessings from God that ensure we have everything that we need. Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus... Continue Reading →

Clarification on James White

Clarification for this article is found in this podcast episode from The Particular Baptist Podcast. Ensure to listen to this episode in its entirety after reading this article: Three Centers of Consciousness? James White and the Doctrine of God A recent post from our Twitter and Facebook pages sparked controversy, as these types of things... Continue Reading →

The Ground is Not Uncreated: Responding to William Lane Craig

Recently, William Lane Craig and James White had a debate/discussion on Molinism vs Calvinism in regards to the problem of evil (which can be found here). Although there were many things said, one in particular piqued my interest: Craig's response to the grounding objection, a standard Reformed critique of Molinism that White presented. Molinism teaches... Continue Reading →

DANGER AHEAD: Proceed with Caution

Earlier this year, I wrote two articles (Roman Catholics: Mission Field or Family? and Roman Catholicism: Doctrines of Error) outlining some of the major differences between Roman Catholicism and Protestantism. We covered much of the teachings of the Catholic Church by using their own writings and then compared them to Scripture. The undeniable conclusion is that there... Continue Reading →

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