Monthly Archives: July 2013

Biblical Substance

I enjoy summary statements of Biblical doctrine. Of course, detailed study of all scripture is important, but I find meaty summary statements to be both helpful and edifying. I am currently reading through D.A. Carson’s The Intolerance of Tolerance. Carson … Continue reading

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Speechless

Here is the account from the life of John Paton that I shared in the introduction of my sermon yesterday. (Taken from David Platt’s book, Radical pgs. 175-6): John Paton (1824-1907) is relatively unknown among Christians today. He served for … Continue reading

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The Doctrine of Vocation Pt. II

During the Reformation there was a resurgence of the Doctrine of Vocation. Martin Luther was one of the leading advocates of the doctrine. In Luther’s day the general consensus was that the only truly spiritual (and noble) work was religious … Continue reading

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The Doctrine of Vocation

On Sunday during the sermon, I briefly commented that a solid grasp on the Doctrine of Vocation would serve every Christian well as they seek to live faithfully in society while honoring God in the process. Well, if that is … Continue reading

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