Tag Archives: vicarious atonement

Calvinism vs. Arminianism

By | 7 Jul 2014

Historically, one of the most destructive and divisive controversies within Protestantism has been between the followers of reformer John Calvin, a French theologian who lived from 1509-1564, and the adherents of Jacobus Arminius, a Dutch theologian who lived from 1560-1609. The name-calling and propagandizing against one another by these two groups has been damaging our unity of the… Read More »

The Maker of the Universe

By | 16 May 2013

Below is a poem by F. W. Pitt, an author and poet who lived during the middle part of the last century. His beautiful and eloquent words are a succinct presentation of the Gospel and evoke powerful images of Christ’s appearance on this earth as God-in-sandals and substitutionary death for our sins. A few years back, Phil Keaggy… Read More »

He is Risen! #2

By | 7 Apr 2012

Once again it is the most significant holiday, in fact the only truly scriptural holiday, in the Christian calendar: Easter. Our church does a huge outreach during this season, trying to reach the CEOs (Christmas & Easter Only) of our community. As part of this, we celebrated Good Friday by serving communion and praying for people by our… Read More »