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"The Myth of the Via Media, and other Canterbury Tales," by Mark Earngey

Mark Earngey

Dr. Mark Earngey, head of Church History and Christian Doctrine at Moore Theological College, recently spoke at GAFCON Australasia 2022 answering the question, "What is an authentic approach to Anglican identity?"...

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Martin Luther and how Evangelicalism Departed from its Reformation Roots

John Wesley

My argument is this: By the year 1700, Protestant Christianity had begun developing significantly new practices and understandings of the Christian faith that focused upon Christian renewal, conversion, new birth and the coming millennial kingdom. These new practices and understandings were a dramatic departure not only from Roman Catholic Christianity, but also from the o...

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1662 BCP- Altar, Table, Sacrifice

Instead of using the word "altar," the 1662 BCP uses the word, "Table." The word, "sacrifice" is used carefully....

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Worthy Reception of the Lord's Supper

Cranach Last Supper

Martin Luther on the worthy reception of the Lord's Supper....

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Infant Baptism and Discipleship

Infant Baptism

Infant baptism sets Christian discipleship from birth within a covenant context, which means means to understand discipleship as something connected to the ordinary means of God’s grace and the routine work of the church....

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J.V. Fesko on The Illegitimacy of Paedocommunion

J.V. Fesko on The Illegitimacy of Paedocommunion. Just because infants are baptized and are members of the church does not mean that they are automatically entitled to participate in the Lord’s Supper....

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The Marks of the Church Point to the Gospel

How do the marks of the church point to the gospel?...

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Keeping Baptism Central: How Baptism Transforms Our Daily Lives

To their detriment, it never occurs to a great deal of believers that their baptism has application to their current daily walk. This paper is written to help believers view their baptism as more than an event that happened in their past and to consider how the Scriptures set forth the benefits of baptism for the believer’s daily life....

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The Kingdom is the Gospel and the Gospel is the Kingdom

Michael Horton on the gospel and kingdom....

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The Double-Edged Nature of the Gospel and Sacraments

The Double-Edged Nature of God's Revelation- The sacraments are means of grace. However, because they are linked to the covenant and more broadly to divine revelation, they are not always means of grace but sometimes means of judgment apart from a Spirit-wrought faith....

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The Movement of Baptism: From God to Us

Why does understanding the movement of baptism matter?...

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