Author Archives: Jian Ming Zhong

About Jian Ming Zhong

In short, I am a five point calvinist, amillennial, post-trib rapture, paeudobaptistic (not for salvation), classical cessationism , and covenantal. I embrace Reformed Theology and subscribe to the WCF 1647. I do not break fellowship with anyone who holds to the essentials of the faith (i.e., the Trinity, the Deity of Christ, Jesus' Physical Resurrection, Virgin Birth, Salvation by Grace through Faith alone, Monotheism, and the Gospel being the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus) but does not affirm Calvinist Theology in the non-essentials. I strongly believe that God's grace and mercy are so extensive that within the Christian community there is a wide range of beliefs and as long as the essentials are not violated, then anyone who holds to those essentials but differs in the non-essentials is my brother or sister in Christ. Romans 11:36 "For of Him and through Him and to Him are all things. To whom be Glory forever. Amen!"

We shouldn’t judge people, right?

Written by. Daniel H. Chew There is a large number of people in the world, even Christians, today who say that we shouldn’t judge people. Thus, they would go to say that we shouldn’t criticize others; saying that they are … Continue reading

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Expository Preaching

    Penulis: Daniel Lucas Lukito Sumber, bagian penutup dari artikel (judul asli): 490 TAHUN REFORMASI: APAKAH SOLA SCRIPTURA MASIH SECARA KONSISTENSI MENJADI PEGANGAN GEREJA-GEREJA REFORMED MASAKINI? “In my heart, I have never been a Reformed pastor/theologian,” or “In my … Continue reading

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Natal Sebelum/Sesudah 25 Desember?

Ditulis oleh. Jeffrey Siauw Catatan: Tulisan ini aslinya diposting/ditulis oleh penulis pada 23 September 2014 Natal masih tiga bulan lagi. Tapi justru karena itulah saya menulis ini. Mudah-mudahan belum terlambat untuk menjadi bahan pertimbangan. Banyak gereja dan persekutuan yang mengadakan … Continue reading

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Why many discipline methods don’t work

                             

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The Slow Killing of Congregational Singing

Written by. Mike Raiter Here is a great historical irony. Fifty years ago choirs ruled the church. Usually, they were supported by a very loud organ. To be frank, many choir members were performers, and when the choir was large … Continue reading

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