Monthly Archives: August 2007

Is this Mission Impossible?

“It’s too hard, I can’t do it!” “But you haven’t even tried!” “That’s because it’s impossible!” Ever had that kind of conversation? The person you are speaking with absolutely refuses to even try to do something because it seems too … Continue reading

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R.L. Dabney and Old School Methodology

“If the question be raised, why the church does not grow faster? …the fault is not ecclesiastical, but spiritual. The real need is not new methods, but fidelity to the old, a true revival in the hearts of ministers and … Continue reading

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What is an “Old School” Presbyterian Church and how are they built?

I’m glad you asked! That is after all what this blog is concerned with. First, the term “Old School” in the title is not specifically a reference to the pop culture phrase “old school” which, according to Wikipedia: “is a … Continue reading

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