Author Archives: Kenneth D'Auria

The Profound Mystery

One of my favorite passages of scriptures says… Oh, the depth of the riches and wisdom and knowledge of God! How unsearchable are his judgments and how inscrutable his ways! (Romans 11:33) What makes this verse one of my favorites … Continue reading

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Be a Courageous Calvinist!

Let me begin by putting my cards on the table.  I…am a Calvinist.  Now, if you don’t know what that means, I encourage you to read the excellent and mercifully short book  Five Points by John Piper.  If you already … Continue reading

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Why no prayer in the garden John?

One of my favorite stories in any of the four Gospels is Luke’s account of Jesus’ prayer in the garden of Gethsemane. In it, the humanity of Jesus is beautifully on display. You see, even though Jesus made it clear … Continue reading

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Believer’s Baptism: What are we celebrating?

As the title of this article might suggest, I am a credobaptist. If you’re not quite sure what the term credobaptist means, it simply means that I believe that the sacrament of baptism is not for infants/children, rather it is … Continue reading

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