Deconstruction, Reconstruction, and Instruction

In one sense, our Reformed fathers were practitioners of deconstruction. Transformed by the Gospel and consumed with a passion to think and worship well, they revisited scripture, challenged assumptions, and discarded unnecessary clutter. Very carefully, our fathers disassembled their churches and analyzed their teachings and practices through the lens of Sola Scriptura. They deconstructed. They … More Deconstruction, Reconstruction, and Instruction

Faithfulness, Faithlessness, and Faith-Based Folly

In Numbers 13, God communicated to Moses and the Israelites. They were to send spies into Canaan to survey the land and ascertain the best means by which they could conquer and lay hold of their divine inheritance. Moses obeyed, and off the spies went. Upon their return, all agreed the Promised Land flowed with … More Faithfulness, Faithlessness, and Faith-Based Folly