Profaning the Sacred: Beauty and Holiness of the Bride of Christ PCRT 2014 Seminars (CD Set)
Profaning The Sacred: Beauty and Holiness of The Bride of Christ
Profaning the Sacred: Beauty and Holiness of the Bride of Christ Seminars considers the holiness of the Christian Church, together with its worship, ministry and life. One reason for this topic is the perennial need of God’s people to protect God’s holy things from worldly corruption. This need is particularly great today when so many professing Christians and churches and adopting the ways of the world to do the work of God. God calls Christians, pastors, and churches to be holy, and this means that we must not allow His holy things to be profaned. This raises important questions for us to answer: how does a zeal for evangelism often mask the importing of worldly influences? What constitutes genuinely holy worship? Does zeal for holiness involve legalism or is it a true mark of God’s grace?
The 3 messages in Profaning the Sacred Seminar set include:
• “The Regulative Principle of Worship” by Richard Phillips
• “The Sacred Necessity of Family Worship” by Jason Helopoulos
• “Ordinary Holiness” by Michael Horton
(3 messages on 3 CDs)
The Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology is the longest running national Reformed conference. It was started in 1974 by Dr. James Boice. It exists to glorify God through a rediscovery of the Church’s great doctrinal foundations.