Monthly Archives: October 2013

Christ, Victorious Over Death

I had no intention on writing about Halloween today. In fact, I was planning to write about the Reformation since it is Reformation Day. However, the past few days the cultural celebration of Halloween has been on my mind. Let … Continue reading

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Reading for the Season

Sunday I mentioned that over the past two years I have given special attention in my reading to three theological categories: Union with Christ, Trinity, and Incarnation. Another recommendation I would make for those seeking to be more disciplined in … Continue reading

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The Unity of a Local Church

Here is a thought on the unity of the Church from Bobby Jamieson’s book, Sound Doctrine. I believe Jamieson hits the nail square on the head. In most churches, members will have much in common besides their faith, but the … Continue reading

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God’s Self-Revelation

Gene Veith has written a booklet entitled Why God Gave Us a Book that is a part of the Basics of Faith Series. In the opening pages, Veith makes clear that the Bible is God’s self-revelation to us stating: “God … Continue reading

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Resolved (Jonathan Edwards)

Last weekend my wife, Brandon, and I were traveling back to Georgia from a conference. She was reading to me from Steve Lawson’s book, The Unwavering Resolve of Jonathan Edwards. During her reading I realized that the anniversary of Edwards’ … Continue reading

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