There is much talk of ‘hyper-Calvinism’ – even though one rarely comes across hyper-Calvinists anywhere in the world. It is like the references to those who are ‘dead orthodox’ while, though they exist, meeting one is a rare encounter. So, there is some ignorance of what are the tenets and consequences of ‘hyper-Calvinism.’
When the names, attributes, and prerogatives of God are attributed to another, and when God the Father is closely associated with other persons in a way that connotes equality of deity, and when others receive worship with the Father, the significance of this can’t be over-estimated.
“Who is Jesus? He is the glorious and eternal Son of God that the Father wants us to love with the same tenderness, affection, and exaltation which He does!”
After considering the radical distinction between the Reformed and Thomistic/Catholic conception of the image of God, a pertinent question arises for contemporary Reformed Evangelicals. Does Thomism as a system really solve the problem of contemporary theistic mutualism?
NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 12, 2023 Today CBTS has announced the formation of a new degree program, the Master of Theology (ThM). A New Degree Program at CBTSeminary The Master of Theology (ThM) program is designed to deepen the...
By God’s kindness, CBTSeminary successfully hosted its May modular course from May 26-May 31 at 800 Chuck Gray Court, Owensboro.
On May 27, 2023, CBTS held its annual graduation service at the newly renovated facilities of Grace Reformed Baptist Church in Owensboro, KY.
How secure is the salvation we have in Christ! How confident we should be of our redemption in him!
“Paragraph 3 in the original Westminster Confession … gives the civil magistrate the power to punish heretics and blasphemers and to correct corruptions in worship and discipline. Paragraph 3 in the Savoy Declaration also says the government has the power to suppress the publication of blasphemy and serious heresies … Baptists strongly disagreed with both the Presbyterians and the Congregationalists that the government is given such powers by the Word of God.”
What must be true in order for Christians to defend their faith against objections and unbelief? What “first things” must be presupposed in order for God’s people to engage in the discipline of apologetics? While questions such as these have resulted in an...