Tag Archives: Adam

The Serpent, the Fruit & the Fall of Man

This dramatization is from my personal archives, and is an attempt to imagine what the first couple could possibly have been thinking to lead to their moral failure. I hope you enjoy it. by Ken Hamrick “Pssst! Eve! …Eve!” A … Continue reading

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Baptist Faith Needs No Covenant Theology

The covenant model is merely a template by which to describe the reality, and may be discarded without loss to the traditional Baptist position. Even without any covenant, Adam’s sin would have been just as wrong and just as worthy … Continue reading

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The Joy of Confessing: Original Sin—Tom Nettles

Reblogged from Founders Ministries Blog I recently returned from giving a series of lectures on the New Hampshire Confession of Faith. The exercise was stimulating (at least to me) and gave a real sense of privilege and gratitude for blessing. … Continue reading

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Why Do We Die?

The answer to the question of why we die is one of fundamental importance to Christianity. Death can only be correctly understood when traced to the first sin of man in the garden of Eden.

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