On June 1, 2013, Dr. Michael A. G. Haykin led a conference on the theme of “Being Baptist: Reflections on a History” at Sovereign Grace Community Church in Sarnia, Ontario. Michael A. G. Haykin is a contributor to Credo Magazine and Professor of Church History and Biblical Spirituality at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. His…

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Of modern 20th-century novelists, J.R.R. Tolkien is, in my opinion, undoubtedly the best. And I agree wholeheartedly with those surveys done in the UK at the turn of this century that placed him way out in front of modernist novelists. Now, in The Hobbit, there is a great description of the elf-lord Elrond’s house in…

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In one week I will be teaching Christian Social Ethics here at California Baptist University. I am looking forward to the interaction I will have with students as the topics we will cover in this class will no doubt create lots of conversation (maybe even debate!). Christian ethics  is an enormous subject, both in the…

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Ligonier Ministries has posted the panel discussion, led by Steve Nichols, on Christology with Sinclair Ferguson, Robert Godfrey, Ligon Duncan, Richard Pratt, and R.C. Sproul at the 2013 PCA General Assembly. Together, they discussed the person and work of Christ in relation to the ministry of the church in the United States and around the…

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The following video and transcript is from the 2010 Ligonier Ministries National Conference. R. Albert Mohler Jr. serves as president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, the flagship school of the Southern Baptist Convention and one of the largest seminaries in the world. Mohler also hosts two programs on AlbertMohler.com: “The Briefing,” a daily analysis…

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Check out the new website for Credo Magazine! Not only does the website present a fresh new look, but we believe you will find it very user-friendly. Stay tuned for more updates and cool features for Credo Magazine. And be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter. And in case you missed it, be…

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In 1996 Founders Press began with the publication of a little booklet, From the Protestant Reformation to the Southern Baptist Convention: What Hath Geneva to Do with Nashville? by Tom Ascol, Senior Pastor of Grace Baptist Church in Cape Coral, Florida and Executive Director of Founders Ministries. Ascol wrote it in part to respond to the…

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By Matthew Claridge–  I’m being a bit facetious with this title. I do not want to press a false dilemma, i.e., either we take the Bible seriously or we take the Bible literally; as if the two are mutually exclusive. But for the sake of argument, however, this distinction serves for a helpful point of…

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One of the rallying cries of the Protestant Reformation was Sola Scriptura, or Scripture alone.  Against the Roman Catholic Church, the Reformers taught that Scripture was the sole source of special revelation and the sole infallible authority. In this video R. C. Sproul teaches us what Sola Scriptura means and why it is so important.  

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By Fred Zaspel– Is the husband’s headship in the home merely a post-fall development, reflective of sin? Or was Eve originally created in a submissive role to Adam?  Scripture indicates in several ways that Eve was indeed originally created in a submissive role to Adam. First, in Moses writes in Genesis that Eve was created…

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