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The Covenantal Home Life of Reverend Matthew Henry

What is by far the most beloved and widely read Bible Commentary ever published?1 Without doubt, it is that of Rev. Matthew Henry (1662-1714). This has seen many editions and impressions.   As the famous Anglican scholar Rev. William Romaine pointed out at the front of the fifth edition (in his own 1761 Recommendation to the… Read more »

God Triune in the Holy Bible

– 1 – "God Triune, at the start, created the heavens and the earth….   And the Spirit of God Triune kept on moving….   And God Triune [as the Father, in the Spirit] spoke forth [His Son or Word]….   And God Triune said: ‘Let Us make mankind!…   Like Adam, they have broken the covenant….  But with… Read more »

Calvinist Critique of 2003 “Auburn Affirmation” – Refutation of the Hypercovenantal Sacramentology of Reverend S. Wilkins

– 1 – Back in the 1990s, Auburn Avenue P.C.A. Monroe Louisiana’s Rev. Steve Wilkins, taped eight of his sermons — proposing that also baptized but unconfirmed young children should manducate at the Lord’s Supper.   Later, he augmented his tapes with four articles (which were posted to his website in 2001).   Here is an updated… Read more »

What Really Happened? The Severe Limitations of Most Histories

(Reprinted and updated from Journey Magazine, Lynchburg, Va., USA, pp. 16-19, Jan.–Feb. 1988) There is no modern history — without its foundation in ancient history.   Indeed, there is no ancient history, at all, without the Bible. Unaided by the historical information contained in the Holy Bible (as the infallible because inspired Word of God) —… Read more »

Luther on God’s Law

“After God had made all other creatures, He created man…with righteousness and true holiness after His image, having the Law of God written in their hearts (Genesis 1:26; Colossians 3:10; Ephesians 4:24; Romans 2:14-15)….   God gave to Adam a Law (Ecclesiastes 7:29)…. This Law, after his fall, continued to be a perfect rule of righteousness… Read more »

Bible and Qur’an: The Reliability of the Original Bible and the Original Qur’an

Islam’s Great Prophet Muhammad’s highly-literate wife Khadiya’s sectarian Christian cousin Warakah Ibn Nawfal knew how to write in Hebrew, and probably knew at least how to read Greek.   Consequently, the following points are very important.   For they all bear upon the genesis and the inscripturation of Muhammad’s original Qur’an. All the jots and tittles of… Read more »

John Calvin – True Presbyterian

John Calvin was born a Roman Catholic in 1509.   When he was eight, the Lutheran Reformation started in Germany.   When he was twelve, he became a Roman Catholic Chaplain.   And when he was eighteen, he was appointed a Curate.   At that time, the religious young Calvin had no appreciative interest in the Protestant Reformation whatsoever…. Read more »

Calvin versus Child Communion

– 2 – Previously, we have traced the history of Holy Communion during the Middle Ages from Ritualist Deformation to Catechetical Reformation.   We saw that, after the demise of Chrysostom and Augustine around 430 A.D., Neo-Paganism increasingly went on invading the Church and then anti-catechetically effected her progressive degeneration into mediaeval magic and sacramentalistic Paedocommunionism.  … Read more »

What Penalty for Child-Molesting and Rape?

– 1 –           By way of brief Introduction.  I myself own a personally-autographed copy of Chicago’s John Marshall Law School’s Professor of Law Dr. Palmer D. Edwards’s ground-breaking 1959 book  Law and Civilization.   It rightly declares1 that "the principles of the Ten Commandments are at the very heart of any legal system based on… Read more »