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How are the ten commandments grouped?

by Joel Radford

In these bulletin articles, we’ve been going through a list of questions and answers contained in the Westminster Larger Catechism, published in the 17th Century. We’ve been looking at God’s law as summarised in the ten commandments. Last time we looked at the preface to the commandments which encourages Christians to be obedient because they […]

What is meant by the preface of the ten commandments?

by Joel Radford

In these bulletin articles, we’ve been going through a list of questions and answers contained in the Westminster Larger Catechism, published in the 17th Century. We’ve been looking at God’s law as summarised in the ten commandments. But right before the commandments, there is a preface: ‘I am the LORD your God, who brought you […]

Are you to avoid others who break God’s law?

by Joel Radford

In these bulletin articles, we’ve been going through a list of questions and answers contained in the Westminster Larger Catechism, published in the 17th Century. We’ve been looking at how to understand God’s law as summarised in the ten commandments. We saw that the commandments are connected to one another, should never be broken, each […]

Living in a fallen world: Being convictional

by Brett Lee-Price

When we look at everything which is occurring around us within society, it’s very easy to become disillusioned. Humanity is, from our vantage point, moving further and further from God’s ordained truth. What God called good in creation, we trample; what God called very good, in regards to sexuality, we reject with disgust. The manner […]

Are you to encourage others to keep God’s law?

by Joel Radford

In these bulletin articles, we’ve been going through a list of questions and answers contained in the Westminster Larger Catechism, published in the 17th Century. We’ve been looking at how to understand God’s law as summarised in the ten commandments. We saw that the commandments are connected to one another, should never be broken and […]

How extensive is God’s law?

by Joel Radford

In these bulletin articles, we’ve been going through a list of questions and answers contained in the Westminster Larger Catechism, published in the 17th Century. We’ve been looking at how to understand God’s law as summarised in the ten commandments. We saw that the commandments are connected to one another and should never be broken. […]

Is breaking God’s law ever permitted?

by Joel Radford

In these bulletin articles, we’ve been going through a list of questions and answers contained in the Westminster Larger Catechism, published in the 17th Century. We’ve been looking at how to understand God’s law as summarised in the ten commandments. We saw that the commandments prohibit and promote behaviour and that they are all connected […]

Charged with a message

by Brett Lee-Price

I was driving recently and saw a child accidently kick a ball over a school fence. The ball bounced onto the busy road which ran alongside the school, and rolled further and further down the road. The look on the child’s face indicated that he was contemplating on whether he ought  to run out of […]

How does one sin break multiple commandments?

by Joel Radford

In these bulletin articles, we’ve been going through a list of questions and answers contained in the Westminster Larger Catechism, published in the 17th Century. We’ve been looking at how to understand God’s law as summarised in the ten commandments. We saw that when you read God’s law, you must understand that a command prohibits […]

How does God’s law prohibit & promote behaviour?

by Joel Radford

In these bulletin articles, we’ve been going through a list of questions and answers contained in the Westminster Larger Catechism, published in the 17th Century. We’ve been looking at the use of God’s law for humans and saw that a good summary of God’s law is in the ten commandments. But how are you to […]