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. Is it Biblical For Churches to Require a Tithe?: Jonathan Leeman – Leeman says, “With regular tithing included in so many church membership covenants, should pastors/elders hold members accountable to…

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David VanDrunen. Divine Covenants and Moral Order: A Biblical Theology of Natural Law (Emory University Studies in Law and Religion). Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2014. David VanDrunen has done some excellent work on natural law, this book being his latest release on the subject. What sets this book apart is VanDrunen’s angle: providing a biblical theology…

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Credo Magazine contributors Thomas Schreiner, Matthew Barrett, and Fred Zaspel not only teach in the classroom but preach from the pulpit. So each Monday morning we will be highlighting one sermon they have preached in order to provide you with encouragement throughout your week and with 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. Evolution and a Universe as Young as Humanity: Tim Challies – Challies says, “If we admit and endorse an ancient universe, we see a vastly purposeless universe that for…

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Westminster Bookstore is having a sale on three doctrine of God books that are must reads for every student, pastor, churchgoer, and theologian. John Frame. The Doctrine of God.  In The Doctrine of God John M. Frame resolves to remain faithful to sola Scriptura. “I seek here above all,” he writes, “to present what Scripture says…

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So you’re a pastor. You might be interested to know that the Schleitheim Confession, an early Anabaptist creed, specified that the first duty of the pastoral office “shall be to read.” The Anabaptists were right. Nearly everything a pastor does in shepherding the flock—preaching, instructing, encouraging, admonishing, counseling—depends upon his growth through reading. That remains…

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Well, it’s happened again. Another prominent, megachurch-leading, conference-speaking, book-authoring, Young-Restless-Reformed pastor has sinned in some grievous way and disqualified himself, at least temporarily, from pastoral ministry.  I won’t recount the unfortunate details here, but if you’re the sort who regularly reads something like Christianity Today, you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about.  If memory serves…

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Credo Magazine contributors Thomas Schreiner, Matthew Barrett, and Fred Zaspel not only teach in the classroom but preach from the pulpit. So each Monday morning we will be highlighting sermons they have preached in order to provide you with encouragement throughout your week and with 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. How to Kill Sinful Anger: Jon Bloom – Bloom says, “Killing sinful anger that feels justifiable is hard. It’s an insidious lie disguised in a robe of justice. And…

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President of The King’s College (New York), Gregory Thornbury, delivered the Norton Lectures at Southern Seminary back in 2013. The title of these messages is: “If you can’t beat them, paraphrase them: Contemporary philosophy imitates Christian theology.” Here are his three messages, especially directed to those in seminary:  

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