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. Biblical Reasons to Doubt the Creation Days Were 24-Hour Periods: By Justin Taylor– Taylor says: “Contrary to what is often implied or claimed by young-earth creationists, the Bible nowhere directly…

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“Should Christians pray in tongues?” This controversial question was asked in the recent issue of Credo Magazine, “How Then Shall We Pray? The Necessity of Prayer for the Christian Life.” Sam Storms answered “Yes” and Phil Johnson answered “No.” Find out their reasons why by viewing the magazine below: To view the Magazine as a…

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Credo Magazine contributor Thomas Schreiner has written a commentary on the book of Hebrews that will release February 1st. Commentary on Hebrews is part of the new Biblical Theology Christian Proclamation Commentary series. Given Schreiner’s work already on subjects like the perseverance of the saints, we look forward to this new contribution to studies on…

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We know Scripture says to pray without ceasing (1 Thess. 5:17). Spurgeon offers us a helpful reminder that before we do any action we must pray. This shows forth our dependence on God, knowing that every good gift is from Him and rely on Him for life and breath and everything. May our days and…

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Three of Credo Magazine’s main contributors include Thomas Schreiner, Fred Zaspel, and Matthew Barrett. Each of them are professors, but they are also pastors. So each Monday morning we will be highlighting their “Sunday’s Sermon” on the blog to provide you with encouragement throughout the week and an opportunity to study God’s Word.  

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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. The Art of War: By Andrew Wilson– Wilson says: “Jesus loved the Word of God with his heart (being satisfied by it), his mind (understanding it), and his will (obeying…

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Monday night a small handful from my congregation attended the one-night-only showing of Patterns of Evidence: Exodus.  If you haven’t heard about it, it’s a new major documentary on the archaeology supporting the Bible’s account of the Exodus, and comes to rather conservative, Bible-believing conclusions.  While the memories are still fresh, I thought I’d chronicle…

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Credo Magazine contributor, Michael A.G. Haykin, was recently interviewed by The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary where Haykin teaches church history and spirituality. In this interview Haykin discusses how he became a Christian, what made him become a church historian, how he came to The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, what he likes about teaching at SBTS,…

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Brendan Simms. The Longest Afternoon: The 400 Men Who Decided the Battle of Waterloo. London: Allen Lane, 2014. Review by Michael A.G. Haykin The Napoleonic Wars, a global conflagaration, came to an end at the climactic Battle of Waterloo (Sunday, June 18, 1815), when some 140,000 men under the commands of Napoleon Bonaparte and Arthur…

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Herein lies a great reminder from Spurgeon concerning our faith in the objective work of Jesus Christ. Spurgeon was no stranger to despondency and discouragement, and here he reminds us that as we grow through both high and low points in the Christian life, Christ is sovereign over all and his objective work on the…

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