Why We Signed The Statement on Social Justice and the Gospel


After much prayer, consideration, and discussion, Reformed Church of the Holy Trinity has affirmed The Statement of Social Justice. We do so with great care and attention, not only to the actual words of the statement, but also the peace and edification of the Church regardless of ethnicity, cultural background, nation, denomination, or any way in which the saints may be categorized.  Edification is not always easy, but it is necessary for us to clarify our Biblical position on these topics dividing the Church and tearing our society apart.

Please take the time to read this statement in the spirit of Christian charity and according to the context of its actual words, grammatical structure, and topics. There has been too much accusation and not enough consideration among those who profess the faith once delivered unto the saints. It is easy to read into things based upon our presuppositions, but if we are to be true Bereans, our examination of this statement must be by searching the Scripture to see if these things are so (Acts 17:11).

Is Christianity a Religion or a Relationship?

In this episode of Standing Firm, Pastor James Brown Jr discusses some erroneous doctrinal motto’s like “no creed but the Bible,” “Christianity is a relationship and not a religion,” and the idea that we need to focus on original intent to the avoidance of Scripture. Whether it is Andy Stanley’s unhitching of the Old Testament, Lauren Daigle’s “Losing My Religion,” or cultural activists focusing on a phony idea of original intent, this episode confronts the modern heretical slide into apostasy.

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Sermon Series in Jude: Wandering Stars

In this message Jude’s wandering stars illustration is considered and applied to the wandering stars who are perverting the grace of God in today’s context. Pastor Brown reveals how these shooting stars have abandoned the “only sufficient, certain, and infallible rule of all saving knowledge, faith, and obedience.”

When Everyone is a Teacher

Beginning as early as the 19th Century, Modernism has worked to destroy the distinction of clergy and laity. This work is being continued by Postmodernism in the 21st Century and the results are devastating. We are witnessing the complete dismantling and deconstruction of Christianity in America. In this episode, Pastor Brown shows the insanity of the individualistic and autonomous deconstruction movement by reviewing a Live Stream session from the Reconstructionist Radio Discussion Page on Facebook. When everyone is a teacher the order, peace, quietness, and unity of the Church is destroyed.



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Hey Jude! Walk Like a Man

In this episode, join Pastor James Brown Jr. and Devin Maddox as they discuss Christian education, contending for the faith, the errors of Revoice and the "Christian Gay Movement," and the importance of manhood. Although these topics are considered off limits and politically incorrect, we can no longer afford to skirt the issue. Rather than worry about whether it is controversial, we need to consider what is right according to the Word of God.


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