Helping Pastor Mafabi’s Ministry in Uganda

As many of you know (if you follow us on Facebook), I’ve decided to start a GoFundMe campaign to support my friend, Mafabi Chris Omir, who pastors a Reformed Baptist church in Mbele, Uganda. You can find the campaign page by clicking this link: https://www.gofundme.com/f/helping-pastor-mafabi039s-ministry Like many of us in the US, he is surrounded …

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Thoughts on “Ask A Physicist To Speak At Your Funeral”

I’ve heard it said many times before that even non-believers of the after-life have a need to hold on to something that’s essentially eternal. There is a timeless craving in the conscience of man in which the atheistic worldview fails to satisfy. Look how desperately naturalism grasps for straw as it attempts to paint a …

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Does Psalm 137:9 support infanticide (abortion)?

Critics of the Bible (especially pro-abortionists) attempt to discredit the Bible with Psalm 137:9, which they believe supports infanticide (or abortion). “Blessed shall he be who takes your little ones and dashes them against the rock!”  Psalm 137:9 We know that the Bible repeatedly forbids murder. (Mt. 15:19; 19:18; Mk. 10:19; Lk. 18:20; Jn. 8:44; …

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Infant Baptism Does Not Violate The Regulative Principle Of Worship

If there was a disingenuous category of arguments against the Reformed, this one belongs in it. Perhaps that sounds too dismissive, but I find it very difficult to believe that a fellow Reformed person, in all sincerity, can charge another Reformed person of violating the Regulative Principle of Worship (RPW) on the basis of not …

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The Great Commission and Infant Baptism

Francis Turretin, in Institutes of Elenctic Theology (vol. 3), argued that the Great Commission was grounds for baptizing both adults and infants (Q. XX.III). I did not see how that was possible until I considered the Greek, but it was not as if only paedobaptists recognized the construction of the Greek grammar. Baptists fully acknowledged it, too. …

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