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Pastor Jeremy Menicucci is the CEO of Nacmin, Editor in Chief, and main contributor to nacmin.org. He is an established nouthetic counselor, pastor, apologist, amatuer textual critic, husband and father.

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June 5, 2020 · by Jeremy Menicucci

From Paul Tripp: Our Greater King

When another injustice occurs, and more image-bearers die, grieving mothers mourn, and communities lament, we remember that the kings of earth are not our hope. They will fail us, compromise, and fors...

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June 3, 2020 · by Jeremy Menicucci

From Paul Tripp: There Is A Time

This world is full of trouble and sorrow, and we will experience both in our lifetimes. But we must never forget that we have a Lord who is sovereign over all. There is a time and a place for everythi...

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April 11, 2020 · by Jeremy Menicucci

From Paul Tripp: Saturday

In the Christian faith, Saturday is the day that Jesus Christ died and was sealed in a borrowed tomb. His disciples were mourning and hopeless, believing that their Savior was lost to them. However, S...

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March 17, 2020 · by Jeremy Menicucci

From Paul Tripp: Safe

The article is discussing how the author is safe, not because of any material possessions or power, but because of grace. The author is safe because God is with him and has given him everything he nee...

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November 29, 2019 · by Jeremy Menicucci

From Paul Tripp: No Need To Shop Anymore

The article is about the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and how it was the only Black Friday. He talks about how Jesus came to die for our sins and how He is the only Savior that we need.Here is a brief...

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October 31, 2019 · by Jeremy Menicucci

From Paul Tripp: Six Poetic Meditations

My Heart Cries Out is a new devotional from Paul Tripp. It features 121 meditations, each paired with a Bible verse, reflection questions, and beautiful photography. In the videos below, Tripp reads s...

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May 10, 2019 · by Jeremy Menicucci

The Irony of the Woke Church Movement

I've been thinking lately about something that is an interesting consideration. The "Woke Church Movement" insists on white people listening more to or paying more attention to people of color. ...

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April 15, 2019 · by Jeremy Menicucci

Douglas Beaumont Shows How Not To Argue

There's a good example of how not to argue provided by a recent attack on Dr. James R. White. This attack and bad arguing methodology were provided here.  The reason why I wanted to comment on th...

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April 5, 2019 · by Jeremy Menicucci

Don't Be Afraid to Call it a Sacrament

Often times I've heard Christians take issue with calling baptism or communion, "sacraments".  Typically, this is due to having had a prior Roman Catholic background and hearing the word "sacrame...

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March 27, 2019 · by Jeremy Menicucci

Trinitarian Baptism

It's been a long time since I've dealt with the subject of baptismal formulas and to be honest, it looks to me like this isn't even an issue anymore in my sphere of influence.  I haven't been in...

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March 27, 2019 · by Jeremy Menicucci

Reconciling Deadness and Free Will

I was re-listening to an exchange between James R. White and the late Dave Hunt on Reformed Theology. Two points very specifically came to my mind in listening to this exchange. 1). Passages of Scrip...

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