2017 represents 500 years since Luther posted his 95 theses. It’s a great opportunity to remember what we believe and why as Protestants. That said, is it possible to also celebrate the Reformation with your children? Timothy Raymond recommends a number of resources for children in the new issue of Credo Magazine: “Luther at 500.”…

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Is it possible to be totally free from lust? Jeremy Pierre answers this question in the following video. Pierre is Associate Professor of Biblical Counseling; Chair, Department of Biblical Counseling and Family Ministry; and Dean of Students. He is also the author of The Dynamic Heart in Daily Life: Connecting Christ to Human Experience (New…

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Over the years the Lord has allowed me to discover several incredible books that I do not believe have received the attention they deserve.  These are books that are potentially mind-blowing, life-transforming, and ministry-shaping, but for whatever reason have been figuratively (or literally) collecting dust in the shadows for years.  To help remedy this, I…

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The Shack, written by William Paul Young, came out several years ago and instantly become somewhat of a phenomenon selling millions of copies.  In fact, it is one of the best-selling paperback books of all time, with readers who are enthusiastic for the message it communicates.  I never had any desire to read it at…

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Michael Haykin, Professor of Church History at SBTS, has delivered four new messages on the Reformation at the Southern Baptist Founders Conference Midwest. The videos below feature his messages on William Tyndale, Thomas Cranmer, and Jane Grey.

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How did John MacArthur first become interested in doctrine? In this video he tells his story. He has edited a new systematic theology of the Christian faith with Crossway called Biblical Doctrine: A Systematic Summary of the Christian Faith. John MacArthur is the pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church, as well as an author, conference speaker,…

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Laura Ingalls Wilder is known for making the observation that “home” is the nicest word there is. Indeed, there is an inherent beauty and sweetness to the idea of home that can almost be felt in the sound of the word itself. Surely this is because that lovely place of shelter, comfort, belonging, and becoming…

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This tribute was first published in Crossway, the magazine of the Church Society, in January 2014 to mark Gerald Bray’s three decades as editor of Churchman. In light of Gerald Bray’s ongoing contribution, we would like to highlight this tribute by Andrew Atherstone, Latimer research fellow at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, with his permission. Three decades…

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