The 2010 Scottish Invasion!

My dear brother Pastor Jim Handyside of the Reformed Baptist Chuch at Anniesland (Glasgow area, Scotland) will be speaking in churches in the Florida/Georgia area over the next number of weeks. Let me tell you, there are few preachers who draw the line as straight and who cut to the heart of the matter the way brother Handyside does. If …

Reformed Redux

Just a few more thoughts on yesterday’s post on what it means to be “Reformed.” Dr. Clark has responded, and by doing so, confirmed that the comments I posted were, in fact, his. You can read his comments and how I have so “badly” misunderstood both he and the Reformed faith here. You can also find a comment he made …

Follow Up on R. Scott Clark and “Reformed”

Well, at least Black Friday isn’t completely boring for all of you who, like me, loathe being on the streets and highways today (I basically hide in the house, ride on the canals, do anything but be out in public). My response to R. Scott Clark’s comments has certainly gotten everyone’s holiday season off to a rousing start! Glad to …

R. Scott Clark and “Reformed”

I speak often on this blog of the need to be accurate in one’s representation of others. As a sinner living in a fallen world, I fail my own standards, though not on purpose, to be sure. I seek to honor Christ by accurately representing those I oppose in debate, whether I consider the “other side” to be my fellow …

Why Many Modern American Evangelicals Don’t Like Reformed Baptist Preaching

Humanists with a thin coating of religion won’t put up with this for long. Reformed Baptist Churches tend to be between 50 and 350 congregants in size, generally. Here is a contrast. A “church” with 16,000 in attendance. Listen to the message. While I did not add the text to this video, the final verse provided says it all.