In Christ is hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge.

Colossians 2:3

The Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ

What is the gospel? The greatest question that a man has to deal with if he is truly concerned about his own soul is this: “how can a man be right with God?” The answer to this specific question is the GLORIOUS GOSPEL OF THE LORD JESUS CHRIST. Also, a true understanding of God’s character and ours is crucial in answering this question. Since God is holy, just, perfect, and free from all sins, and humanity is fallen, corrupt, and sinful rebels, becoming right with God seems to be an irresolvable problem

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Reflections on the Past VIII: The Morning Star of the Reformation

This blog post is based on the Covenant Reformed Seminary of Asia’s lesson on Church History Module – The Forerunners of the Reformation (Part 2): John Wycliffe We learned how the Waldensians suffered for more or less 500 years under the hands of the Roman Catholic religion. Now, we’ll see how the same large group opposed … Continue reading “Reflections on the Past VIII: The Morning Star of the Reformation”

Reflections on the Past VII: The Waldensians

This blog post is based on the Covenant Reformed Seminary of Asia’s lesson on Church History Module – The Forerunners of the Reformation (Part 1): THE WALDENSES Let us be reminded, as we begin our reflections on the forerunners of the Reformation, of Jesus words when He answered Pilate, “My kingdom is not of this world. … Continue reading “Reflections on the Past VII: The Waldensians”

Reflections on the Past VI: The Papacy at Its Height

This blog post is based on the Covenant Reformed Seminary of Asia’s lesson on Church History Module – Lesson 6: The Papacy at Its Height. Let us now study how did the Pope become powerful. Gregory VII (Hildebrand) aimed to extend the power of the popes over secular as well as the ecclesiastical sphere of life. … Continue reading “Reflections on the Past VI: The Papacy at Its Height”

Pornography: A Call to Resolve (Part 2)

This article was written by Bro. Emmanuel Tamargo and was discussed with Bro. Jordan from The Christian Worldview Project on August 12, 2021. In the first part, I explained the Psychological perspective of pornography and its issues. I also laid down my observations questioning some conflicting premises that challenge the firmness of its principles. Let me continue … Continue reading “Pornography: A Call to Resolve (Part 2)”

SCBC Lord’s day #37

For through him we both have access in one Spirit to the Father.  Eph 2:18 ESV “Our celebration of the Trinity and Christ’s resurrection on the Lord’s Day should spill over into living godly lives through faith in Christ’s resurrection and looking in hope to the perfect and final sanctification of our souls and bodies at … Continue reading “SCBC Lord’s day #37”

Reflections on the Past V: The Crusades

This blog post is based on the Covenant Reformed Seminary of Asia’s lesson on Church History Module – Lesson 5: THE SEVEN CRUSADES: Why did they fail? European Christians always regarded Palestine as holy and Jerusalem as the holy city. When the Mohammedans captured Palestine and took possession of Jerusalem, pilgrims were still allowed to visit the … Continue reading “Reflections on the Past V: The Crusades”

Reflections on the Past IV: Pope vs. Emperors

This blog post is based on the Covenant Reformed Seminary of Asia’s lesson on Church History Module – Lesson 4: POPE vs. EMPEROR: Who Wins? There were two power-hungry figures in the history of the Holy Roman Empire: The Pope and the Emperor. So we ask, what is the relation existing between them? There were different … Continue reading “Reflections on the Past IV: Pope vs. Emperors”

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