The Lord’s Supper must be kept holy. This can be accomplished through fencing the table. This fencing is done through self-examination and through the work of the elders. The argument for having a fenced table is rooted in 1 Corinthians 11:27-32.
Based on Psalm 78, this article shows that parents have the obligation to pass on the faith to their children, so that their children can pass it on to the next generation. When this is not done, God’s church suffers.
This article traces the origin of baptism to the rituals of the Old Testament. The author encourages the baptismal mode of sprinkling rather than immersion based on the text of Hebrews 9 and other scripture passages.
Due to the fall into sin, nudity has remained something to be covered. In the time in which we live, this truth is not obeyed. Nudity and immorality are celebrated as art and entertainment, and are promoted through fashion. For God’s people, nudity has its place only in marriage.
Looking at Esther 6, this article shows how God in His providence works to save His people. Providence should not be equated to chance, luck or fatalism. Providence teaches us the greatness of God and shows that we live in a planned world.
Infant baptism is rooted in understanding the nature of the covenant God made with Abraham. The covenant promise was spiritual in nature; hence this covenant continued through to the New Testament. Only the sign of the covenant changed from the Old Testament to the New Testament; namely, from circumcision to baptism.
This article shows that Christ, through his active obedience and passive obedience, is our complete Saviour. If anything is added to what Christ has accomplished, be it tradition or good works, Christ is denied.