[This sermon was preached by William King at Christ Church Paarl, on 18 October 2015. The audio verion of the sermon can be found here.] I believe in the holy catholic Church, the communion of saints (Apostle’s Creed) Question: What do you believe concerning the holy catholic Christian church?Answer: I believe that the Son of God, […]
As has been true in every generation, the church today faces many challenges from the world.
Prayer reveals one’s theology. Jesus told a parable in which this principle is clear (Luke 18:9-14).
[The following sermon on Romans 3:21-31 was preached by Pieter de Villiers, at Christ Church Paarl, on the 6th April 2014. It is placed here by permission.] Introduction At the beginning of the year, Trevor told me that this year he wants to bring the people of Christ Church back to the cross. If you […]
The issue surrounding gender and sexuality is clear in the Bible. God created humans as male and female and purposed them to reproduce and fill the earth.
The Rejection of the Classical Doctrine of God and What It Says About the State of the Evangelical Movement
By David F. Wells1 Post-War evangelicalism, which linked believers around the world through the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization and the World Evangelical Fellowship, which produced the InterVarsity Fellowship, which saw the emergence of Billy Graham to international prominence, and spawned Christianity Today as its public, journalistic voice, is now in a free fall, despite […]
by Bob DeWaay (This article was originally posted in Critical Issues Commentary, Issue 93 and reposted at RPM in Volume 15, Number 10, March 3 to March 9, 2013. It is posted here by permission of RPM) ”For by grace you have been saved through faith; and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of God; not as […]
In South Africa we are experiencing more and more claims of extra biblical revelations from all sources, including visions of or visitations to heaven or hell, dreams, and prophecy. This is an alarming tendency, as one of the primary claims of the Reformation was a return back to Scripture as the only source of authority […]
Doctrine should never be alienated from practical living. Probably the biggest accusation from the camp that are pushing for an experience first approach, is that doctrine is something that the academics like to play around with and has no practical implications for life. This is so far from the truth when looking at how the […]
One of the major aspects of the modern-day religious culture, is the defiance of the concept of “absolute truth”. The result is a loss of focus on doctrine.