‘Ā’isha al-Bā’ūnīyah (d. 1517) was a female Sufi master from Damascus, living in the twilight years of Mamluk rule and the very beginning of Ottoman control of the region. 301 more words
Do you ever feel overcome by the world?
Do you recall the times when you’ve put Christ to shame?
Do you ever feel frustrated with yourself when you’ve fallen again? 909 more words
To this conclusion came many who had seen the man with the crown of thorns on the way to the scaffold. Then, when there on the Skull Mountain the hammer blows resound in the dark night, so as if you nail up a coffin, the fate of God’s Servant seems to be sealed permanently and irrevocably. 240 more words
Joel Beeke. Piety: The Heartbeat of Reformed Theology. Piety Phillipsburg, NJ:
Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing, April 17th, 2015. 40 pp.
I have benefited greatly from the works of the author Joel Beeke who has been a great example of how one can be doctrinally strong, historically rooted while also embracing sound “experiential religion” with holy sanctification. 288 more words