Top Ten Posts of 2014


The most-read posts on the blog in 2014:

1) The Biggest Theological Issues Facing Our Churches Today 
Far and away the most read post of the year. A year later, most of the issues are still issues (although now I might not be so quick to dismiss some of the issues from in the bottom section as not having much impact on our churches.)
Here are a few posts related to one of the issues on the list:
Sacraments Matter (because they're *Gospel* Sacraments!) 
The Words of Institution: Are We Really Breaking Bread

A happily surprising entry at number two. (Always nice when classic theology beats contemporary controversies.)
Also on the subject of lessons we can learn from the Church Fathers:
Charismatics and the Ninth Anathema    
Christ’s Seamless Garment, Our Spotless Robe, and the Unity of the Church
Irenaeus On Revelation, Justification and Jesus
Applying Irenaeus on True and False Pastors and Elders in the Evangelical & Pentecostal World Today

Who'd have thought a post on church government would have been so popular?
On a related note:
The Gospel, Grace & Apostleship 
The Life in Christ and Apostleship

It just remains for me to say thank you for reading in 2014!

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The Tenets of the Apostolic Church

The Unity of the Godhead, and Trinity of the Persons therein.

The utter depravity of human nature, the necessity for repentance and regeneration and the eternal doom of the finally impenitent.

The virgin birth, sinless life, atoning death, triumphant resurrection, ascension, and abiding intercession of our Lord Jesus Christ; His second coming, and millennial reign upon earth.

Justification and Sanctification of the believer through the finished work of Christ.

The Baptism of the Holy Ghost for believers, with signs following.

The nine gifts of the Holy Ghost for the edification, exhortation and comfort of the Church, which is the body of Christ.

The Sacraments of Baptism by immersion and of the Lord's Supper.

The Divine inspiration and authority of the Holy Scriptures.

Church government by apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors, teachers, elders and deacons.

The possibility of falling from grace.

The obligatory nature of tithes and offerings.