Monthly Archives: January 2015

Pilgrimage and Banquet

I purchased a new book this week (ssshhh, don’t tell my wife), Michael Horton’s Calvin on the Christian Life. This afternoon I’ve been reading his chapter on Calvin’s view of the doctrine of Union with Christ. I would like to … Continue reading

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Glorify God

If I had to guess, I would say that the most known catechism question from the Confessions of the Protestant Reformation is the Westminster Shorter Catechism’s first question. Q: 1. What is man’s primary purpose? A: Man’s primary purpose is … Continue reading

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Resources on Ephesians

Lord willing, we will begin a sermon series through the book of Ephesians this Sunday. Anytime we begin a new book I like to offer the resources I will be consulting throughout the series. Below I have listed some commentaries … Continue reading

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Mystery and Comfort in Suffering

Several months ago I wrote a post about mystery in our understanding of God and His ways. I used Job as a case-study. In his book, Walking with God through Pain and Suffering, Tim Keller has further remarks that are … Continue reading

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Recommended Reading on Suffering

In 2010, I preached a topical sermon series on suffering. The feedback I received from the congregation helped me realize how much biblical teaching on this subject is truly needed. Every year since, I have committed to preach at least … Continue reading

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