Tag Archives: Covenant Theology

Covenant Theology and the Separation of Families at the Border

Our country has been divided over the issue of separating families at the border. Families are not to be separated. We only have to be separated from our families for a long period of time to know the adverse impact. … Continue reading

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Living from the Covenant

Covenant theology is among my greatest discoveries. The concept of covenant is a compelling and dominant feature of all of Scripture.  Covenant is that golden thread that runs seamlessly through Scripture–stretching from Genesis to Revelation: I will be your God, you … Continue reading

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My Conversation with a Southern Baptist

A few days ago, I was asked about my denomination persuasion.  I told my colleague that I was transitioning from Southern Baptist to Presbyterian (PCA). The follow up question was WHY. My response was because of my understanding of covenant … Continue reading

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Why I Changed My Mind about Baptism?

It has been quite a journey for me. I often debated Anglicans, Methodists, and Presbyterians on the matter of baptism, and concluded that their practice of infant baptism was based on weak arguments–derived from the Old Testament. The Mode of … Continue reading

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