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The Atonement: An Eternal Perspective and a Historical Work | Banner of Truth USA

In John 10:17–18, Jesus teaches the relation between God’s eternal decree to save and Christ’s work on earth: ‘For this reason the Father loves Me, because I lay down My life that I may take it again. 269 more words

The Exchange

Tax Day

Apropos of my previous post, Tax Day is soon upon us. It’s a national day of kvetching, or at least of hearing friends and family kvetch about paying taxes. 960 more words

Concrete Images

Speaking of Holy Scripture, Zanchi extols it thus:

tanquam κειμηλιον inæstimabile, soli Ecclesiæ cœlitus donatum: denique nocturna diurnaque, manu versandæ, & imo pectore recondendæ sunt.

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What happened to the Huguenots?

… and how much do you know of their history?

The waves which wafted from France dispersing countless thousands who fled religious reprisals brought literate Huguenots to these shores and the rest of Europe from the mid-Sixteenth century. 148 more words

The Meaning of Godliness

Sometime between 61 and 64 C.E., the apostle Paul wrote his first inspired letter to the Christian disciple, Timothy, who had been his longtime fellow worker in the faith. 5,255 more words

The Meaning of Faith Without Works is Dead

James 2:14-20 Updated American Standard Version (UASV)

14 What use is it, my brothers, if someone says he has faith but he has no works? Can that faith save him?  9,481 more words

Christian Living

Where did it happen?

We wonder where events recalled in the gospels took place, especially the events recalled these last days of Holy Week. Where was Jesus judged by Pilate? 557 more words