I have had a few readers ask about the future of the blog.
The time is fast approaching for me to be finished.
I started it with a specific purpose, and that was to tell the “story” about Rev. Lanning’s deposition and what caused me to leave the PRC.
That story is coming to a close.
What Hoeksema said to the PRC in the decade after the split of 1924 will apply to the RPC and to me someday as well: “And, though deploring the necessity of separation and division in the Church of Christ in the world, the Protestant Reformed Churches, rather than wistfully glancing back at what might have been in the past, may well rest in God’s sovereign good pleasure, and stretch themselves to what lieth before.”
There are only a few more chapters for me to write.
I want yet to give a testimony to the continued reformation of Christ’s church. I also want to answer the question of those who have asked why I am writing this blog and why I am convinced I have the right to do so.
And a few final posts to try and appease my conscience, which continues to reproach me that I have not done enough to warn the church, and the people, that I love.
Beyond that, if something demands a response, or if something arises about which I feel I must speak, I will do that.
In the meantime, I intend to work with a search-engine expert who can help me so that when someone searches for “PRC” or “Protestant Reformed church” or something similar, then this blog will be one of the first results to appear.
That’s not because I think my writing is anything special or that the blog itself is anything special.
And it’s not because of any vindictiveness, spite, or anger. I have none. God knows.
I want the world to know what the Protestant Reformed Churches did with faithful officebearers. I want the world to know what the PRC did with the truth that was entrusted to her. I want the world to know, for as long as computers and websites and blogs exist, what the PRC think of Jesus Christ.
So that the world can be warned.
I want those who are considering joining the PRC, especially the “simple,” who are those who might be deceived by the “good words and fair speeches” of the PRC (Rom. 16:18), to know what they are getting themselves into. So that any individual, church, or fellowship who might find themselves the object of mission efforts by the PRC will be warned about the false doctrine and corruption that exists within her walls.
What the reader of the blog does with this knowledge I cannot control.
I pray they will take this information and flee.
Or they might not.
But they will have been warned.
Which was my calling.
“Give them warning from me” (Ezek. 3:17).