The Kingdom Notes

Trust And Obey

The KISS principle—Keep It Simple, Stupid—is itself a rather simple principle. It argues that when we find ourselves entangled in complex and complicated arguments, chances are we have already left […]

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At Such A Cost

  Men were made for work, for protection, and for rescue. When we look at the imago Dei, the glorious truth that we are made in the image of God, […]

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Once Not a People

The RC Sproul Jr. Principle of Hermeneutics is a simple truth, and a deep passion of mine.  It goes like this- Whenever you see someone in the Bible doing something […]

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The We-Ness Of Us All

Humans are curious creatures. Just as we struggle to get our minds around both the one-ness and the three-ness of the godhead, so we struggle to understand ourselves. We are […]

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And It Came To Pass

I was not, as a kid, a particularly gifted athlete. I enjoyed sports, however, and so my hours were determined by the seasons: football, basketball, baseball. I realized early on […]

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Jesus Changes Almost Everything

I love Twitter. When I first heard about it I confess I was conflicted. The social commentator in me was appalled. My inner Neil Postman took the curmudgeon approach, bemoaning […]

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Paradise Remembered

Nostalgia, I have argued, has as its lightly buried foundation a longing for a place we have never been to, Eden.  Home is but an echo, a shadow of our […]

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Is to Ought

Immanuel Kant, though a rather bright fellow, built an imaginary wall. He taught that there are two worlds, the noumenal and the phenomenal. The latter was that world which could […]

The Rest of the Story

I’m tired as I write this, but, I suspect, not half as tired as I will be as you read. 48 hours from now I will be just 8 hours […]

Three Bad Pro-Life Arguments

There is a thin line between friendly fire and sound coaching. I’m grateful for everyone who recognizes the humanity of the unborn and longs to see them protected from all […]

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Dr. R.C. Sproul, Jr. teaches at Reformation Bible College and Ligonier Ministries in Sanford, Florida.
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