Articles Posted in the " Belgic Confession " Category


  • “Christ in hell is a ‘little wormy spirit,'” and other heresies

    “Christ in hell is a ‘little wormy spirit,'” and other heresies

    In hell, “[demons] tortured him beyond anything that anybody has ever conceived… [Christ’s] emaciated, poured out, little, wormy spirit is down in the bottom of that thing [hell].” – Kenneth Copeland. But if there is one who should be called “a little wormy spirit,” it is each one of us miserable sinners who does not deserve the devotion of our Savior’s and Sovereign’s sacred head.




  • “All Roads Lead to Rome (or Rather, Heaven)”

    “All Roads Lead to Rome (or Rather, Heaven)”

    And among these five essentials, “Christ alone” is often attacked today, not only by non-Christians, but also by Christians of various colors in two ways: universalism and inclusivism. Throughout church history, but especially in our postmodern society, both universalism and inclusivism are affirmed by churches of various persuasions.



  • The One True Church?

    The One True Church?

    Does the Roman church exhibit any of these three marks? Maybe some, maybe sometimes. For sure, the true gospel of justification by faith alone in Christ alone by grace alone is not preached. Does the Roman church properly administer the sacraments in believing the doctrine of transubstantiation and baptismal regeneration? No. Does the Roman church exercise discipline among its clergy and people? We know it certainly does not.




  • That There is Only One God

    That There is Only One God

    Many Christians wouldn’t know what to say when confronted with the question: “What is God” or “Who is God.” But we don’t have to conjure up vague answers in our mind: the Confession already has a comprehensive one. Let’s look briefly at each portion of the Confession’s definition of God, and then think about some misconceptions related to that portion.