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All articles by Gordon Keddie

Gordon Keddie is a Scottish pastor and theologian of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America, educated at George Heriot’s School,
the University of Aberdeen, the University of Edinburgh, Westminster Theological Seminary, and the Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary.
He served long pastorates in State College, Pennsylvania and Indianapolis, Indiana. He is best known for his extensive writings including many
commentaries on books of the Bible that have been translated in multiple languages. He also contributed to the Welwyn commentary series
published by Evangelical Press

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May 1998
Articles > Biblical/theological

Seals of faith

The bread and wine are symbols of Christ’s flesh and blood. Sacramental use of these elements is a holy use of ordinary things and as such is to be conducted with the utmost reverence. Why? Because these symbols speak of Christ’s provision of redemption for his people. 1. Setting apart the elements — as…

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April 1998
Articles > Biblical/theological

Visible signs

For as often as you eat this bread and drink this cup, you proclaim the Lord's death till he comes' (1 Corinthians 11:26) If Paul had written his first Corinthian letter specifically to your church, you would by now be smarting under his rebukes. Problem after problem surfaces in this letter. In chapters 11-14,…

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March 1998
Articles > Biblical/theological

Consecration and the Lord’s Supper

'Do this in remembrance of me' (1 Corinthians 11:24) In one of his famous ‘Princeton sermons’, Charles Hodge observed that we ‘cannot commemorate Christ as our Saviour without thereby acknowledging ourselves to be his, the purchase of his blood and devoted to his service’ (Charles Hodge, Princeton Sermons, p. 373). What we must grasp…

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