There is a great deal of confusion in society today about the roles of the Church and the State. What is the relationship between to the two? How does a Christian live in this current American context in a faithful and biblical way? Thankfully, chapter 23 of the Westminster Confession of Faith explains what the Scriptures teach about the nature of the relationship between the Church and the State.

Recent Articles

donny friederichsen
July 02, 2015
Nick Batzig
June 25, 2015
Joe Thorn
June 22, 2015
Jason Helopoulos
June 19, 2015

Featured Articles

The 23rd of the Confession for the 4th of July

donny friederichsen • July 02, 2015

Jesus' Miracles: Types of Spiritual Realities

Nick Batzig • June 27, 2015

Eternalizing the Old Testament

Nick Batzig • June 25, 2015

Sunday Isn't Enough

Joe Thorn • June 22, 2015

Take a Step Back in Suffering

Jason Helopoulos • June 19, 2015

Seen & Heard

Proclaiming the Unifying Hope in Christ

True unity requires common identity. For Christians, that one unifying factor that binds is the body of Christ, the Church.

And while the future of the Church has and continues to divide believers, Paul points to the one hope that unites. Jesus Christ is going to come back. There will be a resurrection of the body. Jesus is preparing a place in heaven for all who know Him so as to spend eternity with Him.

Continue reading...