Start at the 19 minute mark.
Finally, somebody else is saying it from the pulpit.
Glad to have you joining me in the pool Sacha. The water is fine.
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Yes! 21 Is the law then against the promises of God? God forbid: for if there had been a law given which could have given life, verily righteousness should have been by the law.
And another verse that I never hear in church is:
If ye love me, keep my commandments. I think because of R2K, we never hear these.
But our OPC GA just said that our church is racist. And from the pulpit the lie was repeated that something bad was done by our church in Pennsylvania. 9th commandment sin against a whole denomination. These R2K people like Hart don’t know how to handle “racism”.
I’d like to read up on this. Any link I could go to in order to read about the racist Pa. church?
I was referring to the OPC GA in Penn a month ago. Joel Ellis, pastor of Reformation OPC in Apache Junction wrote on this and it was linked by Aquilla Report and Green Baggins. Alan Strange had some response to critics on the Puritanboard.