Today I continue to highlight some of the many publications this year on Reformation history and theology in light of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. This is Part 3 (see Part 1 and Part 2) of the series. Andrew Pettegree. Brand Luther: How an Unheralded Monk Turned His Small Town into a Center of Publishing, Made…

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This past Fall I had the privilege of contributing to the Midwestern Journal of Theology, a publication of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, where I am Associate Professor of Christian Theology. In the latest issue, “The Reformation and Related Controversies,” a host of outstanding contributors participate, including Octavio Esqueda, Thomas Johnston, Michael Haykin, Alan Thompson, Jason…

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The start of the new year is a great opportunity to make a resolution to read through the entire Bible in one year. There are many excellent Bible reading plans available to help you do so. One plan that has passed the test of time, helping you connect the Old Testament to the New Testament,…

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Last week it was announced that R. C. Sproul went to be with the Lord and yesterday Saint Andrew’s held his memorial service. Executive editor of Credo Magazine, Matthew Barrett, reflected on why R.C. made theologians of us all. This week, in various ways, we will be highlighting the many resources gave to the church during…

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Today is the memorial service for R. C. Sproul at Saint Andrew’s Chapel. You can live stream the service. The order of service will be as follows: PRELUDE Dr. Terry Yount WELCOME Pastor Don Bailey CONGREGATIONAL HYMN The Secret Place PRAYER OF INVOCATION Dr. Steven J. Lawson READING OF SCRIPTURE Revelation 5 — Pastor Kevin Struyk…

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Last week it was announced that R. C. Sproul went to be with the Lord. Executive editor of Credo Magazine, Matthew Barrett, reflected on why R.C. made theologians of us all. This week, in various ways, we will be highlighting the many resources gave to the church during his lifetime. Today we would like to highlight a…

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Last week it was announced that R. C. Sproul went to be with the Lord. Executive editor of Credo Magazine, Matthew Barrett, reflected on why R.C. made theologians of us all. This week, in various ways, we will be highlighting the many resources gave to the church during his lifetime. Today we start by highlighting…

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About a year ago R. C. Sproul reflected on his own suffering, especially as one who wrote a book years ago called, Suprised by Suffering: The Role of Pain and Death in the Christian Life. R. C. explains how he handled suffering in his life and how Psalm 23 proves critical to his daily trials.…

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When your eyes are opened to the world of theology, you tend to have an unexpected and voracious appetite for reading. That is a problem if you are a young, brand new university student, fresh out of high school, with little to no money. That was me. I worked two jobs, one of them being…

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Today I continue to highlight some of the many publications this year on Reformation history and theology in light of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. This is Part 2 (see Part 1) of a four-part series. Chris Wickham. Medieval Europe: From the Breakup of the Western Roman Empire to the Reformation. Yale University Press, 2016,…

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C. S. Lewis wrote the autobiography of his conversion in a book aptly titled Surprised by Joy.  Lewis said, “Joy, must be sharply distinguished both from Happiness and Pleasure. Joy has indeed one characteristic, and one only, in common with them; the fact that anyone who has experienced it will want it again…I doubt whether anyone who…

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