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Keeping One's Focus on God

Reformed Christians are well known for their concern for theological precision and their careful, logical exposition of the Word of God, and these are tremendous gifts to Christ’s church.  89 more words

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Flotsam and jetsam

Who can name earth shattering changes in the way people looked at the world when what was thought to be true was shown to be mistaken? 1,406 more words

Hermeneutics

Reading the Bible again (for the first time)

Reading the Bible is not like reading another modern book; it is, rather, like reading a symphonic score written by a brilliant composer. The first chapter of Genesis begins the composition and lays the foundation for subsequent pieces wherein are layers upon layers of the same notes played again and again; and wherein sometimes the pieces are octaves higher or lower; or are developments or deconstructions of the initial, seminal piece. 1,374 more words

Hermeneutics

The Holy Spirit in Our Church, Part 2

What I will do in this post is present the main categories of beliefs regarding miraculous gifts of the Holy Spirit.  Much of my information is adapted from… 903 more words

Shop Talk

Justification by Faith By W. J. Grier

W. J. Grier was an Irish Presbyterian minister and author. He wrote several books and numerous articles. Attached is one of his excellent essays on… 6 more words

The Bible

Richard Baxter- "The Life of Joy"

No body can say it like the puritans said it! And among those puritan brothers I can’t imagine a finer one than- pastor and brother- Richard Baxter. 269 more words

Edification

Quickie: God's Sovereignty Over History

Dr. Schreiner, a New Testament scholar at the seminary gave a fantastic message this morning on the sovereignty of God and its interaction with prayer and history. 500 more words

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