Looking at the use of first person singular in the Psalms, this article shares some understanding as to how it may be understood and why it is not individualistic. Thus, the Psalms can be sung by the church. Applying this to the selection of hymns for church singing, the author shares some features that must characterize a church hymn.
Looking at the command of God in Deuteronomy 7 to the Israelites to destroy the Canaanites, this article shows that this was not genocide nor motivated by fascism; it was God's justice and love at display.
When the words blameless, perfect, and innocent are used to describe God's people, they do not mean that they are without sin, but that they have made a radical choice for God through the grace of God. Let this article explain.
After surveying the biblical evidence on prophecy, this article shows that biblical prophecy is not mainly about foretelling the future. The prophet is a mouthpiece of God who for the most part spoke about the work of Jesus Christ.
Reformed theology is a faithfulness to the universal faith as God has expressed it in the scriptures. This article looks at the reality of achieving such an ideal. Reformed theology is only possible when we continually search God's word and act in obedience to this word.