The following letter of protest from the Southern Presbytery was sent to Dr J R Beeke, President of the Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, at the end of March 2018. Although the matters raised are so serious, to date (7 June 2018) no reply has been received, and the brochure advertising the cruise remains unchanged at [Read more…]
“Thou shalt worship the Lord thy God, and him only shalt thou serve,” said the Saviour (Matthew 4:10). As surely as each individual is to worship God in private, so we are to worship Him together in public. Surely, then, we might expect God to call on families to worship Him in the privacy of [Read more…]
Introduction By any reckoning, homosexuality has become the defining and dividing issue of the current generation. It is widely taken for granted that any area of influence within society, such as politics, public sector bodies, the media and corporate business, should not only accept homosexuality, but actively promote and celebrate it. This movement seems to [Read more…]
[With the recent death of so prominent an Arminian as Billy Graham, and 2018 being the 400th anniversary of the Synod of Dort which so ably and nobly condemned Arminianism, we do well to read this editorial from the June 1937 of the Free Presbyterian Magazine. Though more than 80 years old, its message is [Read more…]
Alexander Macaskill was born in the year 1895, in North Uist. His father, a native of Uist, later became the Church’s missionary at Braes, Skye. His mother, who died when Mr Macaskill was but six years of age, was an eminently godly woman. As a young boy, Mr Macaskill showed a readiness to comply in [Read more…]
An action sermon by Rev Alexander Macaskill (Lochinver) preached at the Aberdeen communion in October 1980 has recently been uploaded to the site. Entitled The voice of my Beloved!, Mr MacAskill’s text was Song of Solomon 2:8. It is available at this link.
Advice to a Young Christian by Jared Bell Waterbury, Free Presbyterian Publications, 2017, PB, 115pp, £6.75 This book was written for both young adults and those of any age who have recently made a profession of saving faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. It deals with such crucial topics as the importance of private prayer, [Read more…]
John Kent was dying. He was soon to pass into the eternal world. He would then have to appear before God. It ought to be a solemn question for everyone in that position: Will God accept me? Can He accept me as someone who is perfectly righteous, as someone who has kept God’s law perfectly? [Read more…]
The Gaelic Supplement is published every quarter, and is sent free of charge on request to subscribers of the Free Presbyterian Magazine. The Supplements for 2017, in PDF format, can now be downloaded at this link.
This year’s Theological Conference will be held, God willing, in St Jude’s Free Presbyterian Church, Glasgow, on Tuesday October 31st and Wednesday November 1st. Rev J R Tallach is to act as chairman. It is expected that the following papers will be read, all of them in public: Tuesday 2.30 pm – Luther and Erasmus [Read more…]