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. In Search of an Honest Atheist: By Sam Storms – Storms says: “But again, do honest atheists exist? Many profess to be atheists, but my question is whether or not these people,…

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In the new issue of Credo Magazine, “The Forgotten God: Divine Attributes We Are Ashamed Of and Why We Shouldn’t Be,” Matthew Barrett has contributed an articled called, “There Is None Like Me In All the Earth: The Exodus, the Fame of God’s Name, and the Manifestation of God’s Jealousy through Divine Sovereignty.”  Matthew Barrett (PhD,…

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One thing that sets Credo Magazine apart from other publications is its emphasis on and celebration of Reformation theology. Well, what better way to become acquainted with the Reformers than Luther’s Table Talk! Check in each Tuesday as we listen in on Luther’s proverbs. Here is today’s Table Talk: Opinions About Some of the Church…

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Richard M. Hann. Radiant: Fifty Remarkable Women in Church History. Moscow, Idaho: Canon Press, 2015. It is deeply encouraging to find Christian historians and authors beginning to recognize the important role played by women in the history of God’s people, and pen both popular and more academic studies of this important subject. This recent book…

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Credo Magazine contributor Thomas Schreiner has written a book review of Simon Gathercole’s new book Defending Substitution: An Essay on Atonement in Paul (Acadia Studies in Bible and Theology) on The Gospel Coalition website. Here is the start of the review: Simon Gathercole’s work on the New Perspective on Paul, synoptic Christology, gnostic gospel writings, and other…

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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. When Hope and History Rhyme: By Tim Keller – Keller says: “History ends with resurrection. Resurrection is complete restoration, but only after death and destruction. This approach avoids the unbalanced optimism of…

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Credo Magazine contributor, Michael A.G. Haykin, has a new book out: Baptists and War: Essays on Baptists and Military Conflict, 1640s-1990s. Co-edited with Gordon Heath, who is Associate Professor of Christian History at McMaster Divinity College, this book is in the McMaster General Study series. Curious as to what this book is all about? While…

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In the new issue of Credo Magazine,“The Forgotten God,” Bruce A. Ware contributed an article called, “Vengeance is Mine: Suffering for the Gospel and the Certainty of the Judgment of the Non-elect.” Bruce Ware is T. Rupert and Lucille Coleman Professor of Christian Theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY. Dr. Ware…

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The new research from the Pew Research Center’s Report on the decline of professing Christians is making the rounds on the relevant sites and blogs. Justin Taylor has highlighted Russell Moore’s thought-provoking response to the numbers. I find myself in agreement with Moore’s assessment, and thought I’d throw in a few more supports under the…

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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. 6 Reasons Why Membership Matters: By Kevin DeYoung – DeYoung says: “Membership matters more than most people think. If you really want to be a counter-cultural revolutionary, sign up for the…

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