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Conquering Armies

By Scott Keith

Not long ago, we on the Thinking Fellows podcast had the opportunity to interview Dr. James Nestingen. Dr. Nestingen was my Doctor Father and is a good friend. 746 more words

Hope

Romans 7 Prayer: Released from the Law

Through the body of Christ I have died to the Law, enabling me to bear the fruit of the Spirit. When I lived under the Law, I could only live in the flesh and all my efforts would lead to death. 138 more words

Romans

It’s been Confirmed - I’m a Saint!

This past week, the person we once affectionately called Mother Teresa was declared a saint by the leader of the Roman Catholic Church. Wow, how amazing to be declared a saint along with Peter, Paul, and John! 680 more words

Living Word

The Bondage of the Will & Christian Liberty

I’ve been reading parts of Luther’s Bondage of the Will again to make sure I’m not misremembering his argument. Luther’s argument is quite similar to Calvin’s later argument that gets filed under “predestination,” although there are differences. 1,092 more words

Religion

God Mode

By Jaime Nava

Growing up playing games on a PC, you learn certain tricks. Some games have console commands you usually access by hitting the “~” key (called a tilde, if you didn’t know). 640 more words

Law And Gospel

THE THEOLOGICAL HINGE ON WHICH ALL TURNS

THE THEOLOGICAL HINGE ON WHICH ALL TURNS

“There are few books which written over 400 years ago are still applicable today; Martin Luther’s masterpiece, The Boncage of the Will, is one of those books. 512 more words

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T4G Reflections: John Piper

I thoroughly enjoyed my time at Together for the Gospel 2016. I have also enjoyed reflecting upon some of the messages I heard over those three days, and I have posted some brief articles on a number of them (see my “T4G Reflections” articles). 701 more words

General Musing