By Fred G. Zaspel –   Proverbs 14:17 counsels us, “A man of quick temper acts foolishly, and a man of evil devices is hated” (ESV). This proverb warns of human anger and its results in relation to others, and it does it in a most interesting way. Notice that two men are identified in…

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Four Views on The Spectrum of Evangelicalism. Edited by Andrew D. Naselli and Collin Hansen. Contributors: Kevin Bauder, R. Albert Mohler Jr., John G. Stackhouse Jr., Roger E. Olson. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2011. Reviewed by Matthew Barrett “I have become increasingly convinced that evangelicalism holds the key to the future of Western Christianity.” These words…

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By Tim Raymond – This is the blog post I didn’t want to write.  In my recent series, “How Can Seminarians Learn to Preach to Normal People” (part 1, part 2, part 3), I encouraged those of you who desire to grow in your ability to connect biblical exegesis with the person in the pew…

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By Paul Helm According to John Owen, the explanation of the doctrine of the Trinity (which is another thing entirely from the explanation of the Trinity), is edifying for the informing and enlightening of the mind in the knowledge of the mystery of it. (Communion with the Triune God, 378) We must be careful that…

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[artwork by Zach Franzen] Recently I had the privilege of lecturing on John Owen’s life and theology for three hours. Really, there are few better ways to spend three hours than learning about this colossal Puritan. I thoroughly enjoyed it. In my preparation I realized how little people read John Owen today, even in seminaries.…

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By Elizabeth Barrett As Christmas approaches, you will likely be asking your wives “Honey, what would you like for Christmas?” If your wife is anything like me, she may respond “Something from the heart,” or “Whatever you want me to have.” What I honestly and truly want from my husband is the perfect gift, found…

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Last week the Credo blog gaveaway Zondervan’s new book by Gregg Allison, Historical Theology: An Introduction to Christian Doctrine, in our excitement for the upcoming January issue of Credo Magazine, “In Christ Alone.” The January issue of Credo will focus its attention on the exclusivity of the gospel, especially in light of the movement known…

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This week’s winner is…Paul Campbel. Congrats Paul, you have won Gregg Allison’s Historical Theology: An Introduction to Christian Doctrine (Zondervan) this week! Paul, please email [email protected] We would like to thank Zondervan for this book giveaway. Check in next week as we will have more books to giveaway!

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Don’t miss this week’s book giveaway in light of the forthcoming January issue of Credo Magazine, “In Christ Alone.” To see what book Credo is giving away and how to enter to win go here.Today is the last day to enter to win!

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