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

Moses confronts pharaoh

Tom Hervey There is a common idea in the contemporary Presbyterian Church in America that our people should be winsome, particularly in their polemics and intra-denominational disagreements. Thus we find, for example, two Covenant College professors lauding a controversial figure in the denomination as winsome in the course of aContinue Reading

Murillo's The Return Of The Prodigal Son

Anthony C. Phelps “I will … be God to you and to your offspring.” (Gen. 17:7)“The promise is for you and for your children.” (Acts 2:39) As a father of a prodigal adult child, I often need to remind myself of the gospel I believe and the faith I confess.Continue Reading