By Matthew Barrett –   “God is unfair!” “How can God condemn millions to hell who have never heard the gospel?” Many Christians and non-Christians share this objection. For non-Christians, such an objection is all the more reason not to believe in Christianity. For many Christians, such an objection leads them down the road of…

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With the release of the January issue of Credo Magazine, “In Christ Alone,” we were pleased to release “10 Questions with David Wells.” Today we would like to follow up with another interview with David Wells, conducted by Jared Moore. David F. Wells is a distinguished senior research professor at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He has previously taught…

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In the January issue of Credo Magazine, “In Christ Alone,” Todd Miles has written an essential article defending the exclusivity of the gospel against inclusivism. First, a little about Todd Miles. Todd Miles (B.S., M.S. in Nuclear Engineering at Oregon State University; M.Div., Western Seminary; PhD in Systematic Theology, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is…

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One new book that is a must read is The Deity of Christ, by Christopher W. Morgan and Robert A. Peterson (Wheaton: Crossway, 2011). This book is filled with chapters by some of the top scholars and the book itself addresses the doctrine the early church fought to defend against Arianism and the contemporary church…

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By Paul Helm –   ‘A sinner pressed in conscience by the burden of uncleanness and guilt finds relief, not by reminding himself that his faith is evangelical righteousness by a new law, but by looking to the cross of Christ’. – J. I. Packer on Baxter In yesterday’s post I argued that there are…

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By Paul Helm – Baxter was in my eyes a great muddler; but the whole Church cannot help liking Richard Baxter for all his muddling. Richard Baxter lives in the affections of the Church, yet he greatly perplexed the Gospel; he tried to make peace between the Calvinists and Arminians by getting some middle way.…

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In each issue of Credo Magazine we feature “From the Horse’s Mouth” where we ask a pressing question to notable pastors and scholars. In the January issue of Credo Magazine, “In Christ Alone,” we asked: Does inclusivism fall within the boundaries of evangelicalism? Our responders included: Paul Helm, Richard Mouw, Stephen Wellum, and Terrance Tiessen.…

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On a scale from 1 to 10 how difficult is it to preach on hell in the 21st century? In the January issue of Credo Magazine, “In Christ Alone,” Tom Ascol, Michael Reeves, John Kimbell, J. Kent Edwards, and Tony Merida give there answer. Find out what they had to say! Open publication – Free…

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Over at Credo’s “Reviews” page, Brian Arnold has written a review of Athanasius, by Peter J. Leithart. Though debated, Athanasius may be the most important figure in the early church in regards to the deity of Christ. Arnold writes, Critical for Athanasius’s metaphysics is the creator/creature distinction made at creation. Arius cannot account for Jesus’…

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By Fred Zaspel – “To obey is better than sacrifice.” (1 Sam. 15:22) We all know the story. King Saul was commanded to take no spoil from the Amalekites but to destroy everything, including even the animals. When the prophet Samuel discovered the many animals Saul had kept for his own use he roundly condemned…

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By Thomas Schreiner –   As Christians we should be responsible citizens and vote. It is especially important to vote on the great moral issues of our day, like abortion. Historians look back on what the Nazis did to the Jews with horror, and we can easily be dulled to the relentless murder of babies…

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Today we would like to highlight two free resources that are just “must haves” for every Christian. First, J. I. Packer’s famous book, Knowing God, has been made available as an audio, free to download during the month of January. Second, biblicaltraining.org has now made available the audios to Timothy’s George’s lectures on Reformation Theology.…

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