The August issue of Credo Magazine, “Old Princeton,” is now here! Open publication – Free publishing – More christian To view the Magazine as a PDF [download format=”2″ id=”5″] Each of us are indebted to those theologians of ages past who have gone before us, heralding the gospel, and even fighting to their last breath…

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Greg Beale, professor of New Testament and Biblical Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, was interviewed recently by Towers’ editor Josh Hayes on his new book, A New Testament Biblical Theology: The Unfolding of the Old Testament in the New. (By the way, you can order Beale massive volume here for %40 off!) We…

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By Timothy Raymond – Though the average tenure of a pastor in the same church continues to be anywhere from 2-6 years (depending on which denominations surveyed), in recent years several voices, including 9Marks, Brian Croft, Reformation21, and plenty of others have been calling for pastors to consider the benefits of longer pastorates.  Not only…

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By Adam Winters– Today, when a young, formerly healthy person dies suddenly, it is a shocking tragedy that often compels us to ask the existential question, “Why?”  In our fallen state, we often view premature death as an unfair and cruel slight of God’s providential hand. For American Baptists in the nineteenth century, death was no…

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By Owen Strachan– There’s been a lot of talk about evangelicals opting out of the culture wars recently.  Some of that could be good.  Few of us want to identify the church with the Republican Party, or to act as if anything is more needful than the promotion of the gospel. But some of this…

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By Fred Zaspel– Previous posts in this series can be found  here and here. Christ Crucified: Our Only Theme In our previous two posts we explored the apostle Paul’s model for Christian ministry in 1 Corinthians 2:1-5, and we noted his emphasis that it is the gospel alone that God uses to claim his people…

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In the Christianity and Literature Journal (vol. 6, no. 4), Credo blogger and executive editor, Matthew Barrett, has written a book review of Marilynne Robinson’s Absence of Mind: The Dispelling of Inwardness from the Modern Myth of the Self (The Terry Lectures Series). Here is just a taste: Most know Marilynne Robinson from her novels…

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Interview by Matthew Claridge– The New Studies in Biblical Theology (NSBT) continues to churn out exceptional and accessible volumes demonstrating what it means to “read the Bible on its own terms.” Thanks to the careful and trustworthy editorship of D.A. Carson, it is nearly impossible to go wrong when picking up the latest addition to…

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  Whomever He Wills: A Surprising Display of Sovereign Mercy, edited by Matthew Barrett and Thomas Nettles is now available for sale on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Here is the description of the book from the back cover: In Romans 9:16 and 18 Paul states, “So then it depends not on human will or…

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Tabletalk has interviewed Tom Ascol and it is a good one (no surprise there!). Ascol is pastor of Grace Baptist Church in Cape Coral, Fla., and executive director of Founders Ministries. In this interview, Ascol discusses his call to the ministry, how Founders Ministry serves the church, the Calvinistic roots of Southern Baptists, Reformed theology…

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