Tag Archives: Reformed

What really happens in the Lord’s Supper

Regular readers of this blog would know how passionate I am about weekly observance of the Lord’s Supper (Eucharist, Lord’s Table, Holy Communion). I’m all for a weekly celebration and observance of the Supper because of what I believe happens … Continue reading

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Dear Fundamentalist: Jesus is Bigger than the Bible!

While on vacation, when asked about my theological trajectory and new way of reading Scripture, I constantly pointed to Jesus.  Why?  Because it is what I have come to believe. The doctrinal divides over how each other’s denomination reads the Bible are … Continue reading

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The Sacraments: Are they Means of Grace or Means of Commitment?

The title of this post speaks to the very nature of the sacraments (ordinances, if you like) of baptism and the Lord’s Supper: Should they be viewed as God’s means of grace or our means of commitment to God? In … Continue reading

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Beware of Systematic Theologies

Recently a colleague and I were talking systematic theologies, after a visit to my house, and him noticing the number of systematic theologies on my bookshelf.  My colleague revealed his uneasiness with systematic theologies, remarking that God is more experiential … Continue reading

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