This article originally appeared on my blog (Here). “Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord…their works follow them” (Revelation 14:13) David Brainerd (1718-1747) was an 18th century American missionary to the native American Indians of New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Robert Murray...
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Greetings in the Lord!
Between the death of Augustine and the birth of the Reformation, who was in your opinion the theologian that held to the most pure (biblical) form of soteriology?
Please give a reason for your response.
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Good evening. My wife and mother go in together to get me a set of books each Christmas. I am stuck on which set to get. I am praying to start seminary in the fall next year with the end goal of ministry. Which of the following sets should I absorb myself in next year? I will also be going through Richard Sibbes works next year, that is why he isn't listed.
I added Bullinger and Thornwell...
Have any of you read The Transformed Wife blog by Lori Alexander? What do you think of it?
Men, would you advise your wives to read this page?
I want to make 2019 the year in which I begin to memorize Scripture as a life practice.
I have been using the Fighter Verses app on my phone for the past few weeks, and Have found it to be very useful. My question is whether I should focus on memorizing a few verses at a time, which are geared toward a specific topic (I.e. promises of God, fighting sin, etc.), or whether I should...
A credobaptist friend of mine posed these questions and I want to know how to correctly answer them. He tends to be a "chapter and verse" type of guy who will seldom settle for anything other than explicit scriptural support.
Is baptism and circumcision related in any way? If so, how so?
Secondary question: what is the sign and seal of the covenant in the New Covenant?
Thanks ahead of time...
Why does it not surprise me that this bozo is friends with Mark Driscoll? From World Magazine.
I am going on a level of assumption here that would seem logical in that the temple singing were most likely 'chants'. Given that the paraphrasing of most translations do not mirror the actual placement of words in God's word, is not this paraphrasing much akin to hymnody?
For those who are EP like myself, do you not see this as a thorn in...
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