This is an article about what the Word of God says about women in office.
This article is a sketch of the ministry of Jesus.
This is an article about 1 Corinthians 14:34.
This article looks at the use of the word 'regeneration' in the Bible and the confessions, showing that this word highlights the wonder of the life-giving work of the Holy Spirit.
This article has extensive exegetical notes on Hosea 11:1-11 based on the original Hebrew.
The doctrine of the covenant is important in order to understand God's work of salvation in Christ, the relationship between the Old and New Testament, and God's justice. This article is about the theme of the covenant throughout the Old and New Testament.
Regardless of the size of the church, every church within the church federation forms the body of Christ. Therefore, no church should accept members from another church without the consent of the church where the members are coming from. In this way the boundaries of churches in the federation are respected. Looking at Belgic Confession Article 28, this article emphasizes the importance of being a member of your local church.
What does the Bible teach about divorce? Are there any situations which warrant divorce?
The law of Numbers 5:11-31 was given by God to protect the socially weak among His people - in this case, to protect the woman from her suspicious husband.
This article chronologically records the events in the wilderness journey of the Israelites from Egypt to the crossing of the Jordan.
The author looks at different texts in the Pentateuch and the whole of the Bible in order to discuss the authorship of the Pentateuch. A lot of the material in the Pentateuch was revealed to Moses by God, but there is significant evidence which points to authorship other than or in addition to Moses.
This article looks at the relationship between the Ten Commandments and the other laws given by God. The author looks at the civil and ecclesiastical aspects of these laws, showing that these laws help us to understand and apply the Ten Commandments. The author also discusses how these laws are fulfilled in Jesus Christ.
Why does our church order contain a call to commemorate ecclesiastical feast days? This article discusses the historical development of this call, concluding that this should be left up to the discretion of each church council.
Looking at the letter to the Corinthians, this article discusses the meaning of the Lord's Supper, the manner in which it must be celebrated, and who may come to the table. Christ gave this sacrament to His church so that she would remember that He died for her.
This article looks at the place of singing in the worship service. The author does this by looking first at the place of singing in the temple and synagogue services, and the role of the Psalms in shaping this singing. Singing takes a central place in corporate worship, and must be done in such a way that it is in accordance with God's word.
The determining factor for liturgical principles is the conviction that God determines what happens during worship service. This article discusses worship in the Old and New Testament, looking at how the principles of Old Testament worship influenced the liturgy of the New Testament church. The author then draws conclusions for what this means for our worship today.