Jus Divinum Regiminis Ecclesiastici The Divine Right of Church Government Conclusion, pp. 136-141. What is meant by church government? That particular form and order, which Christ has fixed in his Church, for the proper management thereof. How does it appear that there is a particular form of government appointed in the New Testament Church? As… Read More Proof that Presbyterianism is Biblical
Thomas Manton Commentary on James 2:24 Works, vol. 4, pp. 260-265. You see then how by works a man is justified, and not by faith only (James 2:24). “You see then” — It is either a consectary [that which follows] out of the whole discourse, or out of the particular example of Abraham; he alludeth… Read More Sola Fide: Do Paul and James Contradict?
1. Millennium – Preterists believe the figurative millennium began at the first coming of Christ and will end at his second coming, before Satan’s little season, or after Satan’s little season. Historicists believe that the millennium will begin in the future when all the nations are converted, the Pope and Islam are destroyed, and the… Read More 7 Differences Between Partial Preterist and Historicist Postmillennialism