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Event! St Nicholas's Chapel, King's Lynn

Today, we’re celebrating the release of Michael Rimmer’s new book! With more than seventy-five beautiful, full-page colour photographs, The Angel Roofs of East Anglia: Unseen Masterpieces of the Middle Ages… 213 more words


Acts 18: Part 2

Barry talks through more of Acts 18, reminding us that the remnant give us a reason to continue to share the gospel no matter the opposition. 16 more words

Christian Life

Acts 18: Part 1

Barry reads back into Acts, chapter 18, pointing out some narrative markers that set the scene for Luke’s message.


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Christian Life

Meet Francis Schaeffer

– by Jeremy Arntz

Francis Schaeffer was a complex man whose legacy makes an intimidating study for the seminarian who is only beginning to understand the long road of a life committed to vocational ministry. 1,485 more words


Onward: Engaging the Culture w/o Losing the Gospel

Dr. Russell Moore, President of the ERLC, talks with Barry about ways in which we believers can engage the culture in faith. Link to Book… 23 more words

Christian Life

Thou Shalt Not Kill (Planned or Unplanned)

Could not help but think of the recent discussion on Planned Parenthood while I read Calvin’s exposition of the Sixth Commandment in the Institutes. 89 more words


Ignoring History Leads to Ruin

T.M. Moore:

Many valuable lessons can be learned from history… But if we choose to remain ignorant of these, and to live the faith of Christ rooted only in our own experience and the temper of the times, cut off root and branch from the work of God in the past, it will be much easier for us to be dislodged from our firm footing in the faith once for all delivered to the saints and kept by the Spirit of God through the faithful lives and ministries of those who have gone before. 32 more words


Maria Tatham, a gentle iconoclast reblogged this on Pilgrim’s Progress revisited - Christiana on the narrow way and commented:

Godly thoughts about history.