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Human Sexuality

Keller and DeYoung Discuss Report on Human Sexuality

At the 48th General Assembly, Tim Keller and Kevin DeYoung talked, on video, about their experience serving on the Ad Interim Committee on Human Sexuality. The committee’s report was accepted by the Assembly.

How God Healed Me from My Abortion

There are a lot of things that can and should be said on anniversary of Roe v. Wade. On his blog, Kevin DeYoung let someone else say something – a friend of his wife who had an abortion while in college, and later received God’s grace for this sin. You may read her story here.

Limited Atonement

The Good News of Limited Atonement

The doctrine of limited atonement — the L in TULIP — teaches that Christ effectively redeems from every people “only those who were chosen from eternity to salvation” (Canons of Dort, II.8). As Ursinus explains in his commentary on the Heidelberg Catechism, Christ’s death was for everyone “as it respects the sufficiency of satisfaction which…

Limited Atonement

Two Cheers for Religion

I’d like to put in a good word for religion — if not three cheers, then at least two.

Limited Atonement

What Do We Mean by the Spirituality of the Church?

Rightly applied, the church’s spirituality is an important part of biblical and Reformed ecclesiology.

Limited Atonement

What Kingdom Story Are We Telling?

One reason for emphasizing these distinctions is to make sure that we are telling the right story when it comes to the kingdom.

General Assembly

General Assembly Update for June 30

The General Assembly heard several reports, including the Ad Interim Committee on Human Sexuality.

Should the Church Really Be Always Reforming?

The church is always being reformed according to the Word of God.

Chords of Mercy in the Time of Coronavirus

There are three songs in particular (yes, three, I’m a pastor after all) that have been playing on repeat in my head and heart.

GA Moderator Announces Members of Ad Interim Committee on Sexuality

The committee contains four teaching elders and three ruling elders and has the authority to appoints it own advisory members.

The Proper Role of the Westminster Standards

How do we know when the Standards are serving their proper role? Perhaps it’s by looking at how we might misuse them.

Around the PCA

PCA people, churches, agencies, and committees minister in a variety of settings and circumstances. Here, you’ll find a handful of upcoming opportunities to learn, grow, and get involved in our denomination’s work, all for the sake of Christ’s kingdom.

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