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. Theology That Comforts the Weary Soul: Christina Fox – Fox says, “The doctrine of God’s sovereignty is an important one to study and learn during the calm seasons of…

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Video from Michael Haykin’s Andrew Fuller Conference on Persecution (2015) has now been made available. Here are some of the videos from speakers like Thomas Schreiner, Brian Vickers, Bryan Litfin, Jason Deusing, Nathan Finn, and Steve Weaver. This year’s conference (details forthcoming) will focus on the Puritan John Owen.  

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This past November, Thanksgiving Day in fact, David Steinmetz (1936-2015) died at the age of 79. My guess is that many readers may not know who he was. A shame. He is an author one should know, especially for those interested in Reformation theology, Steinmetz’s area of expertise. Let me, then, say a little about…

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There is a Reformed conference many do not know about. Yet it is one worth your time. It’s the annual Westminster Seminary California Lectures. Each year the focus is on a different theme. This year’s theme was: “The Lord and Giver of Life.” As you can tell from the titles below, the Holy Spirit was…

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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. God Knows: Jon Bloom – Boom says, “Your affliction has a purpose. You likely don’t know what it is yet, but someday you will. And your affliction has a…

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Credo Magazine contributor, Thomas Schreiner, has written a new commentary on the book of Hebrews (B&H). Schreiner, James Buchanan Harrison Professor of New Testament Interpretation and Biblical Theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary says this about his book: In his volume on “Hebrews,” Thomas R. Schreiner says, “The words of Jesus on the cross, ‘it is finished’…

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The Westminster Confession is arguably the most important Reformed confession. Written by some of the most outstanding Puritans, this summary of doctrine still speaks today! Matthew Barrett, executive editor of Credo Magazine, talked with J. V. Fesko, academic dean and professor of systematic theology and historical theology at Westminster Seminary California, and author of The Theology of…

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There is a real danger every Bible reader faces when opening the NT. It is the danger of moving from the OT prophets to the NT Gospels with the flip of just one page. We think nothing of it, as if the prophets declare the word of the Lord and then Jesus is born. But…

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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. 3 Keys to Listening During Sermons: Dave Jenkins – Jenkins says, “Going to church each Sunday and sitting under godly, loving, biblical, and practical preaching week in and week…

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Now that we are into the twenty-first century, John H. Gerstner (1914-1996) tends to be forgotten. He shouldn’t be. His contribution to 20th century Reformed theology was significant. Gerstner was a Professor of Church History at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary and an authority on the life and theology of Jonathan Edwards. Gerstner counted among his students R.C. Sproul and…

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