Law & Gospel

Mike Abendroth Although the Lordship Salvation doctrine (hereafter LS) has many distinguishing characteristics, the one I want to address is its view of the gospel and the unbeliever’s response to it. What is the “Lordship Salvation” doctrine? In brief, LS regularly teaches that unbelievers must submit to Jesus the Lord. They call sinners toContinue Reading

Dear Family and Friends From 10 September to 23 October, I had the privilege of visiting the United States to investigate further the possibilities of a new home for RCSS. We praise God for the fruit of spending time at various Reformed churches and institutions. The overall takeaway is thatContinue Reading

A sealed contract

Simon Jooste The Bible sets forth two sacraments that were instituted by God and qualify as means of grace. In the Old Testament, they were circumcision and the Passover meal. In the New Testament, these rites have been replaced with baptism and the Lord’s Supper respectively. Those that claim additionalContinue Reading