Monthly Archives: July 2014

DONE

I often try to emphasize the importance of the complete work of Christ when preaching and teaching. The incarnation, life, death, resurrection, ascension and second coming of Christ are all vitally important to doctrine and, therefore, to life. Sam Allberry … Continue reading

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Whitefield’s Fiery Furnace

A couple of weeks ago I read Steve Lawson’s book, The Evangelistic Zeal of George Whitefield from the Long Line of Godly Men series. Until this point I hadn’t really read anything about Whitefield, but this book served as a … Continue reading

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What is Sin?

Hopefully you have begun to read through Greg Gilbert’s book, What is the Gospel. I appreciated his chapter on sin and his explaining the weightiness of the issue. Gilbert wrote: …according to the Bible, sin is a lot more than … Continue reading

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Discipleship Reading

Recently, Mark Dever suggested five short books to read with a new believer for the purpose of discipleship. He later added two more for a total of 7 or 8 (yes, I’m terrible at math, but it should make sense … Continue reading

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Summer Reading List

I am thankful to be on a vacation with my family this week. Vacation is for family first, but I try to make time to read as well. Coupled with a few weeks out of the pulpit, I hope to … Continue reading

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