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The Regulative Principle of Worship - Terry Johnson
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Thursday, October 1, 2015 5:05 AM The Regulative Principle of Worship - Terry Johnson by Pilgrim

Jesus rejects the worship of the Pharisees saying their worship was futile because they were teaching their doctrines rather than God’s doctrines. They were worshiping according to their will rather than according to His will.

In Taylors, South Carolina on March 11th 2003, the Rev. Mr. Terry Johnson, Senior Minister at Independent Presbyterian Church in Savannah, Georgia, opened the spring theology conference for Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary with an address on the Regulative Principle of Worship (RPW).

A minister in Central Georgia Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), Mr. Johnson began with the subject of the importance of worship, stating, “You can make a case that there is a true sense that the whole Bible is the story of the establishment of the true worship of the true God.” Citing John 4:22, Mr. Johnson proceeded to defend the biblical basis for the regulative principle.

Because the whole Old Testament is in a sense the story of the establishment of the true worship of the true God, Biblically there could be no more important subject, and certainly that is also true of our Reformed tradition. Carlos Eire, in his ‘War Against the Idols’, reminds us that the central focus of the Protestant Reformation was this very issue. Furthermore, the Puritans and the British monarchs battled over it for 100 years, and today the importance of worship is being underscored again.

yep another article on the Regulative Principle of Worship, aka: biblical worship of the one true biblical God. Do I need to repeat myself yet again and say that worship of the one true God is one of the most important subjects anyone could consider. Remember, the first three commandments of the Ten Commandments deal with the subject of the worship of God. Unfortunately, those commandments and their right understanding which is found throughout the Old and New Testaments are either unknown due to ignorance or deliberately ignored and declared irrelevant for today.

The bottom line is if one's worship of the one true God is not according to how He Himself has revealed what it should be, then what is said to be worship is nothing more than idolatry and a terrible sin against God.

You can read the article by clicking here: The Regulative Principle of Worship...

Or, you can always click on the "Article of the Month" logo on The Highway homepage.

In His service and grace,

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Friday, September 18, 2015 8:55 PM To be conformed to Christ by chestnutmare

…I want professing Christians to know more about Christ. It is well to be acquainted with all the doctrines and principles of Christianity. It is better to be acquainted with Christ Himself. It is well to be familiar with faith, and grace, and justification, and sanctification. They are all matters “pertaining to the King.” But it is far better to be familiar with Jesus Himself, to see the King’s own face, and to behold His beauty. This is one secret of eminent holiness. He that would be conformed to Christ’s image, and become a Christ-like man, must be constantly studying Christ Himself.
~ J.C. Ryle

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Tuesday, September 15, 2015 9:26 AM A shift to Covenant Theology and Amilennialism by John_C

Below is a good article in one's man shift to Covenant theology, especially amillennialism. I would like to give it to others to read, but would like to receive The Highway forum of approval before doing so. Is there anything in the article that is circumspect? I don't see anything.

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Sunday, September 13, 2015 10:02 PM The Plurality of Elders by Tom

The Plurality of Elders
I believe in what is called the plurality of elders. Yet I wonder if the elders can't agree on a major issue. Should the elders defer to the main pastor understanding?
Yes this is an actual situation.

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Thursday, September 10, 2015 9:22 AM Carried about with every wind of doctrine by chestnutmare

We live in a day when there are so many books and such a variety of teaching on the subject of the Christian life that Christians are ‘tossed to and fro’, and liable to be ‘carried about by every wind of doctrine’ (Eph. 4:14 [" that we may be no longer children, tossed to and fro and carried about with every wind of doctrine, by the sleight of men, in craftiness, after the wiles of error;"]). There is also the Athenian love of novelty and a distaste for the old, well-tested, and beaten paths of our forefathers. This excessive love for the new leads to an insatiable craving after any teaching which is sensational and exciting, especially to the feelings. But the old paths lead to a ‘meek and quiet spirit’ which the apostle Peter commends: ‘But let it be the hidden man of the heart, in that which is not corruptible, even the ornament of a meek and quiet spirit, which is in the sight of God of great price’ (1 Peter 3:4).
~ Ernest C. Reisinger

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