Damien offered a response to my post on repentance in corporate worship. A helpful resource for those leading prayer during corporate worship (especially churches whose worship follows some application of the dialogical principle, the concept of worship as covenant reaffirmation, God speaks, the people respond) is the Jan/Feb 2008 9Marks ejournal. Articles include: A Biblical …

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Jared Wilson writes about the adoption of what he terms ‘baptismal dual practice’. Wilson pastors an independant congregation which has members who represent both what I’ll call the ‘covenant family’ and ‘professing believer’ positions on baptism. As part of a confessing body of churches this issue is not one that we would deal with constitutionally …

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Greidanus’ outlines seven legitimate ways of preaching Christ from the Old Testament. Now he brings these seven to bear on Ecclesiastes 1:1-11 As he’s already noted, two of his seven, promise fulfillment and typology, are not applicable in the main to Ecclesiastes. Here are scant summaries of how Greidanus treats the other five: Redemptive-Historical Progression: …

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