Tag Archives: Faith

Myths About Evangelism

Crossway recently published a piece by Kathleen Nielson on their blog entitled, “5 Myths About Evangelism.” I will give you the highlight reel below, but you can read the entire post here. Myth 1: Evangelism is something I do myself. … Continue reading

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Faith Alone

Reformation Day is this weekend and it just wouldn’t be right to let it pass by without mention of Martin Luther. Zondervan publishing has recently released the first volume in “The 5 Solas Series” entitled, Faith Alone, authored by Thomas Schreiner. … Continue reading

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Faith and Works

“So also faith by itself, if it does not have works, is dead.” –James 2:17 I was reading a book this week by Jerry Bridges when the following lines were the catalytic cause of contemplation. Bridges wrote: “[Faith] is the … Continue reading

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Christ, the Solid Rock

I am currently doing some further study in The Gospel According to Mark as we are about to enter the second half of the Gospel account on Sunday mornings. In my study I am reading Peter Bolt’s The Cross from … Continue reading

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Faith is Commitment

In the Sermon on Genesis 22:1-19 this past Sunday, I quoted from Edmund Clowney’s book The Unfolding Mystery: Discovering Christ in the Old Testament. I have provided the quotes below along with some content I didn’t quote. These quotes come … Continue reading

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