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All articles by Jack Sin

He is pastor of Sovereign Hope Bible-Presbyterian  Ministry and an adjunct lecturer at Biblical Reformed Seminary Yangon, Myanmar, and Indian Reformed Biblical Seminary, Bangalore.

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July 2000
Articles > Ecclesiological & Pastoral

Divorce and remarriage (2)

Marriage is not only the principal building block in society but also has a pivotal role in human life, not least in the church. There is no greater bond on earth between two mortals than the marital vow and covenant. It is so intimate that it surpasses our relationship with our beloved parents. That…

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April 2000
Articles > Biblical/theological

Reformation: Today and Tomorrow

Last month we considered the lessons of the Protestant Reformation - reformation yesterday. In this article we see how these lessons can be applied - reformation today and tomorrow. Reforming mind If we are to apply the lessons of the Reformation to our present situation, and use them to shape our future, there are…

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March 2000
Articles > Biblical/theological

Reformation: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

Over the past five years, we have seen Protestants making greater concessions to the Roman Catholic Church in the historic signing of Evangelicals and Catholics Together 1994 and 1997. There is a strong prevailing disposition among the neo-evangelical community to give up (or at least minimise) the major doctrinal differences between Protestant churches and…

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November 1999
Articles > Ecclesiological & Pastoral

Directions for Church Life

In 1 Thessalonians 5: 15-23 we have a list of imperatives to apply to the church today. Follow that which is good. There is much temptation and moral evil around us, and believers are vulnerable to them. Do not be caught up in vengeance, hatred and cynicism, but do good to all men. Honour…

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July 1999
Articles > Ecclesiological & Pastoral > Singapore

Letter from Singapore – The danger of dabbling

The growing interest in the occult is a phenomenon of our time, although occultic practices have also been around since the time of the Old Testament (Leviticus 19:26). When I was ministering in a church in Western Australia last year, I visited Freemantle, and found a place rampant with occultic activities. Some of the…

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