Baptism Formulations that Sing to the Heart

This, from Doctrinal Preaching for Today, by Andrew Blackwood (p. 46): In a backward tribe of Central Europe the meaning of baptism used to appear dramatically. In the presence of his tribesmen the new convert would stand facing the East and solemnly declare: “I accept Thee, O Christ, as my Saviour and King. I shall … More Baptism Formulations that Sing to the Heart

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Rethinking Conversion and How We Start Discipleship

Weekend Musings “Could it be that in these two acts, repentance and baptism, we have the hub or locus of a Christian conversion?  Could it be that this is the twofold pivot on which the whole experience hangs, and by which the experience becomes a true and good beginning to the Christian life and ultimately … More Rethinking Conversion and How We Start Discipleship

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Why and to Do What, Do We Come Together on Sunday?

Sunday Musings Great post over at 9 Marks today on what we ought to be doing when we come together as the body of Christ. Here’s the link. Take two minutes and read this excerpt from Ligon Duncan’s chapter “Foundations for Biblically Directed Worship” in Give Praise to God: A Vision for Reforming Worship, ed. Philip Graham … More Why and to Do What, Do We Come Together on Sunday?

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