Trying to collect theological issues all together. Obviously, this is a work in progress.

Lent & Christmas: The Anti-Sabbath

No Justification for Lent, No Matter How Hard Defender Try

The Dangers of Lent

Protestants Don’t Celebrate Ash Wednesday or Lent: We are Protestant for a Reason


The Sabbath

The ESV Disappoints On An Important Verse (Translations)

This article helps us understand why Jesus shifted the observance of the Sabbath from the last day of the week, to the first day of the week. Jesus makes the change, not the church. When we see Hebrews 4 as it should be translated (as in the NKJV), we see that He rested from His works on the first day of the week. He visited the disciples on the first day of the week. He sent the Spirit on the day of Pentecost, which was on the first day of the week. No longer do we worship Him on the seventh day, but on the first day of the week, the LORD’s day.

Genesis 1 and Special Pleading (Apologetics)

This article deals with the argument of special pleading in which people ask “how can we really know what the words in Genesis 1-2 really mean?

Honoring the Sabbath

A quote from J.C. Ryle showing the benefits of keeping the LORD’s day.

How We Fall into Idolatry During the Holiday Season

Showing that we have more reverence for Christmas and Thanksgiving, we make idols of the days instead of honoring God as He intended us to do on the LORD’s day.

In My Own Words — Sabbath/LORD’s Day Revisited

This post helps us see that the LORD’s day is a perpetual commandment. In other words, the command has not been removed from the Ten Commandments and like the other nine, we are duty bound to keep them in obedience to the LORD.

Fundamentalist and the Sabbath

A quote from R. Scott Clark, showing the irony of how fundamentalist will spend millions of dollars on an ark exhibit, but then turn around and open that exhibit on the LORD’s day.

Keeping the Sabbath/LORD’s Day

Another post on keeping the LORD’s day, the example given in acts by the apostles, and a case being made for the need to keep the Ten Commandments. In other words, simply because Christ fulfilled the commandments, doesn’t mean He removed them.

The Sabbath and the NFL

Another quote by R. Scott Clark, showing how the NFL moved their games to Sunday, and have done more damage to the Christian than same-sex marriage has.

Randy Alcorn Encourages a Sinful Use of the LORD’s Day

Deals with Alcorn’s promotion of a pseudo-ministry that provides video testimonies of NFL players, to be used at the church’s Super Bowl Party, giving an emotional experience and poor justification for the desecration of the LORD’s day with football.

Ryle on the LORD’s Day

Quotes from J.C. Ryle and John Calvin showing the seriousness of the LORD’s day. No other command is mentioned as frequently in Scripture as the Sabbath. Given that, there is no room for the recreation and amusement we use the day for. The day is to be holy unto the LORD and only in these modern times have we found so many poor excuses to abuse what God has given us for our benefit.

Sinclair Ferguson Goes Willy Nilly on Christmas

Rev. Ferguson ends up trouncing upon the Regulative Principle of Worship in his attempt to defend the practice of observing Christmas. His argument is based on the faulty premise that if a church does not celebrate Christmas every year, then it will miss out on preaching about the incarnation. This is flawed because Christ’s entire ministry is about the incarnation, not just the manger scenes.

The Greater Danger to Ferguson’s Reasoning

Dealing with more specifically on the faulty reasoning of Ferguson.



The LORD’s Supper

Baptism: God’s Sign to Us, Not Our Personal Testimony

John Calvin: On Communion

Why Do Paedobaptist Believe That Baptism Replaces Circumcision

Baptism: The New Testament Sign of Abraham



Double Predestination


Total Depravity

My Egregious Public Error

Our Sin is Greater Than Mount Everest



The Trinity

Of the Trinity

G.I. Williamson on the Trinity

Heresy is Easy: Orthodoxy Not So Much!



The Need for the Regulative Principle

Should Patriotism Have a Place in Worship

What Does God Want in Worship?

Calvin on Worship

Lord’s Day Worship

The Church is Called to Worship God, Not Change the World