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Book Review: Köstenbergers' - God's Design for Man and Woman (Crossway, 2014)

Andreas and Margaret Köstenberger, God’s Design for Man and Woman: A Biblical-Theological Survey (Crossway, 2014), 380 pages. Retail Price: $22.99

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41 Quotes from Michael Green's "Evangelism in the Early Church"

In seminary I was introduced to Michael Green as part of my reading in an independent study on evangelism with Dr. John Hammett at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary… 1,748 more words


The Role of 'Patience and Trust' in Biblical Interpretation. Advice from two Johns [Webster and Calvin]

I have been talking a lot about biblical interpretation lately, especially with reference to how we ought to interpret the Old Testament. Continuing within that theme, in this post, I want to briefly highlight the role that… 687 more words

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Biblical Theology...II

As I mentioned in my previous post, man has to make that same choice: love God by sacrificing their free will to live outside his boundaries or to willfully act against God and the Truth. 331 more words


Berkouwer on the Covenant of Works

G.C. Berkouwer (1903-1996) was a leading 20th-century Dutch theologian in the neo-Calvinist tradition of Abraham Kuyper and S.G. De Graaf. His major work was his 14-volume  1,446 more words


Pastoral Care and Living Hope

In your own words, respond to the article by Samuel Lopez in 250 words answering the following: “Suffering and illness are realities of life, but it is facing up to these difficult times that we are enabled to exercise our faith” What would you say about this in light of Lopez’s comments and explain the value of living with hope?

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Sermon: Learning To Be Quiet Before God (Ecclesiastes 5:1-7)

I preached this sermon at The Fellowship on Sunday 10/19/2014, from Ecclesiastes 5:1-7