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It Is The Gospel That Unifies the Church Not Our Theologies

I applaud Ray Ortland for his attitude when it comes to theology and ministry and fellowship. Read this and see if it resonates with you. Overcoming the tendency of our hearts and our theological distinctives to make us aloof from other Christians  by Ray Ortland  originally entitled: #10: Truly Reformed – a post from: Ray Ortlund I believe in the sovereignty of God, the Five Points of Calvinism, the Solas of the Reformation, I believe that grace precedes faith in regeneration. Theologically, I am Reformed. Sociologically, I am simply a Christian – or at least I want to be. The tricky thing about our

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Gospel-Driven Sanctification

Gospel-Driven Sanctification: by Tullian Tchividjian Sinclair Ferguson reminds us that piety not marinated in the gospel will run out of gas–that imperatives minus indicatives equal impossibilities: The first thing to remember is that we must never separate the benefits (regeneration, justification, sanctification) from the Benefactor (Jesus Christ). The Christians who are most focused on their own spirituality may give the impression of being the most spiritual … but from the New Testament’s point of view, those who have almost forgotten about their own spirituality because their focus is so exclusively on their union with Jesus Christ and what He has

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The Gospel Coalition Statement

Justin Taylor has been live-blogging of the first conference of the “Gospel Coalition.” The conference wrapped up just yesterday. Denny Burk describes this coalition very encouragingly as follows: According to Mark Driscoll, the Gospel Coalition began as a theological colloquium led by Dr. D. A. Carson and Dr. Tim Keller. The colloquium has been meeting for the past few years and has focused its efforts on drafting “a new evangelical reformed confession of faith.” Members of this colloquium included Alistair Begg, Kent Hughes, Philip Ryken, Mark Dever, Ray Ortlund, Ligon Duncan, and representatives from organizations such as The Council on

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Glenn Leatherman

I am first of all a disciple and follower of Jesus Christ. I affirm Evangelical Christian beliefs as well as  Gospel driven in philosophy of ministry. I am married to Ann and am raising 2 wonderful boys – Jonathan and Andrew. My purpose is to build disciplemaking disciples that are becoming fishers of men in fully displaying of God’s Glory in all things. Learn more

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