Monday, April 02, 2007
New Series on the Emerging Church
Pastor Gary Hendrix recently gave a series of messages on the emerging church. Now, Grace Reformed Baptist Church has begun making the audio available through their site. The first message was challenging, and I look forward to hearing more!


posted at 3:00 PM  
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At 9:10 PM, Blogger Alexander M. Jordan said...

I just happened to come across your blog as I was doing a Google search on Reformed vs Arminian theology. I have been doing a series on my blog on this topic, and would love to get more feedback from people like yourself, as to how I'm

I don't claim to be an expert by any means, but I have been trying to really do my homework and present a good defense of the reformed view on the "doctrines of grace".

Anyway, I'm sure you're very busy, but if perhaps you have the opportunity I would really appreciate your comments or feedback on the series.

I myself am considering going to seminary -- currently I attend a Sovereign Grace church in NYC and work as an Editorial Coordinator for a medical journal. I have a degree in English literature and I'm also a singer/songwriter. But lately, I have spent a good deal of time studying these very critical doctrines, and putting my thoughts on them in writing.

Blessings to you,


At 9:11 PM, Blogger Alexander M. Jordan said...

P.S. Forgive me that my previous comment had nothing to do with your post. I do like what I have seen of your blog thus far...


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