Lord Dartmouth (1): Introduction

History is a fascinating subject to study. Far from being dull and boring (as is the common complaint of school children subject to memorizing piles of dates), it is a treasure trove of seeing God's wonderful providences in preserving His church. I've been recently reminded of the importance of history lately in my seminary studies in... Continue Reading →

PRC (5): Some Suggestions Regarding Evangelism:

In recent blog posts I have criticized the evangelism methods of the PRC. I wish to offer some helpful suggestions on how these methods can be improved in this article. Suggestion #1: Prayer. Prayer. Prayer. I cannot emphasis this enough. The congregation must be earnestly praying for the salvation of souls, both publically and privately.... Continue Reading →

Thomas Chalmers and His Parish System

With the rise of industrialization (and the subsequent urbanization) of society in the British Isles in the 19th Century, the Christian church was faced with a new set of challenges. Suddenly there was a huge growth in disease, alcoholism, crime, and poverty in large industrial cities such as Glasgow and Edinburgh.[1] Welfare systems had to... Continue Reading →

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