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The Westminster Confession #2

A couple of days ago I added a new category to A Crooked Path titled “The Westminster Confession”. While I can never do justice to The Westminster Confession of Faith Assembly (1643-1645), I will do my best to continue to add parts of the various writings, letters, catechisms and documentation of this momentous assembly of […]

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Group pushes Boston ‘straight pride’ parade, sparks backlash

© Ganley Images Boston skyline from the Charles River   Wow. Heaven forbid anyone should rain on the perverts, sexual deviants, aberrant behavior, sexually immoral and amoral homosexual propaganda fest in the month of June, in which sin and abomination have highjacked and will not tolerate any opposing viewpoints or beliefs seen, heard, or present […]

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A Revived Church Is America’s Only Hope

  Michael L. Brown has a very good article which is reprinted below these brief comments of mine. A very important and timely article. A revived in Biblical truths, a repentant and humbled Church revived in preaching, exhorting, reproving, rebuking, admonishing, TEACHING and INSTRUCTION in all of God’s Word to build up, uplift the body […]

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The Crucifixion: Audio Sermon by Alistair Begg

  The Crucifixion (AUDIO)   By Alistair Begg From: Truth For Life Sermon preached April 13th, 2001 John 19:16-42   For the soldiers at Calvary, the crucifixion appeared to be business as usual. The sign above Jesus listed the charge: “the King of the Jews.” Alistair Begg explains, however, that this “criminal” was far more […]

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