Sunday: Christian Sabbath, Lord’s Day, or Something Else – Problems with the Traditionalist Lord’s Day Position, Part 2

Continuing my series from last year, the traditionalist position on Sunday has three additional considerations, including (1) Rev. 1's reference to the Lord's Day is insufficient to the traditionalist position, (2) Psalm 118 is not sufficient to provide a basis for rejoicing on Sunday, and (3) There is no necessity for there to be an anti-type of the Sabbath in the Church Age.

Foundations Baptist Fellowship Meeting 2018 – Day 1

This week I am happy to be attending the Foundations Baptist Fellowship International Annual Fellowship at the First Baptist Church of Troy, MI, a northern suburb of Detroit. This is the first time I have attended a meeting in these circles, and I have been looking forward to it. On Monday, there was just one … Continue reading Foundations Baptist Fellowship Meeting 2018 – Day 1

The Local Church and a Full Biblical Agenda In Its Midst

To be sure, the ideal is and should be that we have a local church where there is full Biblical agreement. Thus, it is not the ideal that I have disagreement with. I am forced however to observe that I have never known in my own Christian life and experience a church in which there is such unanamity and fullness and Christian experience as he speaks. Disagreement with my brothers and sisters to some degree has always been part of my church life and my fellowship with Christians in general. I have never known it myself--To have a place where I felt strongly that there was "a full biblical agenda" as I understand that biblical agenda to be.