Each week we will be highlighting important resources. Check back each Friday to see what we have dug up for you. From this week’s cache: 1. The Historical Adam: Why it Really Matters?: By Michael Kruger – In this article Dr. Kruger provides some interesting notes from Dr. Richard Belcher’s convocation lecture at RTS Charlotte.…

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[Editor’s note: This is part 4 in Zaspel’s series on Divine righteousness. You can read the previous posts here: Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3] Remunerative Righteousness Today we conclude our series (part 1, 2, and 3) on the various aspects of God’s righteousness. We saw last time that God’s redemptive righteousness is that…

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A while back the Carl F. H. Henry Center invited John Piper and D. A. Carson to speak on the topic: “A Pastor as a Scholar and a Scholar as a Pastor.” In case you have not seen it by now, here are both messages below (HT: TGC Vimeo). Each is worth your time.   The…

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Matthew Barrett’s new book, Salvation by Grace: The Case for Effectual Calling and Regeneration (P&R) is now on Kindle and iTunes. You can also now read the Table of Contents and a Sample Chapter at Westminster Bookstore, where the book is also 50% off. Commendations for the book include: “The nature of grace is central…

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Stephen J. Nichols. Bonhoeffer on the Christian Life: From the Cross, For the World. Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2013. There are few historians I enjoy more than Stephen Nichols. His books are written in such a way that the lay person, with little knowledge of church history, is drawn into the story. His most recent release…

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In the new issue of Credo Magazine,“Born Again: God’s Sovereign Grace in the Miracle of Regeneration,” Leonardo De Chirico wrote an article entitled, “Same Word, Different Worlds: The Roman Catholic Doctrine of Regeneration.” De Chirico has planted and pastored a Reformed Baptist church in Ferrara (northern Italy) from 1997 to 2009. Since 2009 he has…

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Interview by Matthew Claridge– See the previous part of this interview here. What’s your take on the age-old debate over the regulative and normative principle of worship? Any thoughts on the proper role of art in corporate worship? I taught a course on Worship for many years at covenant Seminary which is, as you know,…

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Each week we will be highlighting important resources. Check back each Friday to see what we have dug up for you. From this week’s cache: 1. Lost Letter to the Corinthians: By Stephen Nichols – If you like interesting facts about Church history then this a must read for you! Nichols notes: “If Calvin is…

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Interview by Matthew Claridge– To the busy pastor, reflecting on the arts can appear to be a very low priority when compared to the work of sermon prep, counseling, evangelism, discipleship, family responsibilities, etc. Enjoying, let alone producing, a film, or a novel, or a painting seems like soul-candy next to the meaty stuff ministry…

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Matthew Barrett’s new book, Salvation by Grace: The Case for Effectual Calling and Regeneration (P&R) is now 50% off at Westminster Bookstore for a limited time only. Here are a few commendations for the book: “The nature of grace is central to the Christian faith, and how one defines it speaks volumes about how one…

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This will, Lord willing, be the first in a series of posts on the subject of the Bride of Christ in Genesis. It is the most extensively used metaphor in Scripture, providing a through line connecting covenants and uniting God’s people. It is the metaphor from which two other highly used metaphors stem, namely the…

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In the new issue of Credo Magazine,“Born Again: God’s Sovereign Grace in the Miracle of Regeneration,” we interviewed Douglas S. Huffman about the importance of learning Greek in order to study the New Testament and what advice he would give to pastors looking to utilize Greek in their sermon preparation. Huffman is Professor of Biblical…

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