Author: Byron Yawn

In Memoriam – R.C. Sproul (1939-2017)
19 Dec

In Memoriam – R.C. Sproul (1939-2017)

Excerpted from Well-Driven Nails  R.C. Sproul: A Man Fluent in Latin and Common Ligonier Ministries was established in 1971 to equip Christians to articulate what they believe and why they believe it. Our foremost desire is to “awaken as many people as possible to the holiness of God by proclaiming, teaching, and defending His holiness in…...

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Preaching the Epistle to the Romans: Having Traveled So Far I Have Arrived Where I Started
27 Jun

Preaching the Epistle to the Romans: Having Traveled So Far I Have Arrived Where I Started

I wrote this little piece on April 15th, 2015 barely weeks into my exposition of Romans. I tucked it away as a sort of theological time capsule. But, unlike real time capsules intended document changes that have occurred over time, once this essay was exhumed, I discovered no time had passed and nothing had changed…....

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Done Before Do and Done Again: Law-Gospel Distinctions & Preaching the Bible
25 May

Done Before Do and Done Again: Law-Gospel Distinctions & Preaching the Bible

Byron Yawn There are two great threads in the Bible: Law and Gospel. The Law is threat, judgment, demand, obligation and condemnation. The Gospel is promise, mercy, grace and redemption. In the first we are required to do but cannot. In the latter we are given and not required. The Law is duty. The Gospel…...

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Why the Lord’s Table Will Be A Weekly Part of Our Services
05 Apr

Why the Lord’s Table Will Be A Weekly Part of Our Services

Recently, the leadership of Community announced the decision to include communion in our weekly corporate worship service. The decision itself was made more than a year ago after the elders spent some considerable time and energy discussing our distinctives and how they might be more fully expressed in our worship and practices. This adjustment was…...

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Depression, Sin & Self-Reformation
13 Jan

Depression, Sin & Self-Reformation

One of the dominate features of pietism – that methodology which mainly concerns itself with the interior of the Christian life, or how Christians live – is the penchant for emphasizing the behavioral effects of sin (morals) at the near exclusion of the corporate effects of sin (state). Obviously, how we are (morals) is being…...

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