Something that made me think for a bit.
Today I learned from Dr. Jim Renihan that the 1596 True Confession and William Ames text "The Marrow of Sacred Divinity" account for approximately 2/3 of the content of the First London Confession of Faith. Goes to show that they weren't making it up as they went, but were drawing on orthodox texts and figures.
After doing some digging here's a copy of the True Confession of 1596.
@josias Hey just checking up on the possibility of a kingdompod / theres.life email service. Is it still in the cards Josias?
I had a conversation with my Dad and over the course of it I realized that all my gripes with him when I was a kid were wrong. He and my Mom did the best that they could when they raised me and my brother. I hope that he forgives me for all the trouble I've caused him. By God's grace, I hope to grow in Christ more after this.
I finally got around to reading the letters my little cousins wrote to me. Some of my cousins gave me their email addresses and asked if I'd be interested in emailing them instead.
I'm not quite sure how I feel about changing our correspondences to email. On one hand, writing emails to each other will result in less latency between us. On the other, I treasure the experience of opening a letter from my little cousins, and the intimacy of the entire process.
Regardless, I think that I should get a kingdompod or theres.life email address before sending them an email.
I continue living knowing that Jesus has atoned for our sins.
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