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At the end of the book On the Trinity St. Augustine prays to God for grace to know Him and make Him known. Relentlessly pursuing God but also recognizing the limitations of his own intellect, he humbly relies on God … Continue reading
Andrew Hebert of Criswell College discusses the importance of theological education:
*Posted by Andrew Hebert Enjoy this quote on preaching by the late John Broadus of Southern Seminary: It is so easy and pleasant for men of fertile fancy to break away from laborious study of phraseology and connection, to cease … Continue reading
Dr. Scot McKnight reviews Tim and Kathy Keller’s new book The Meaning of Marriage, noting two basic ways of approaching the issue. The history of marriage is revealing: the old theory was that the purpose of marriage was to create … Continue reading
*Posted by Kirk Spencer How precious also are Your thoughts to me, O God! How vast is the sum of them! ~ Psalm 139:17 A thought is information. It begins in the mind of intelligent beings. And by different forms … Continue reading
Dr. Barry Creamer explains why and how Christians should read outside the Bible.
Posted by Joe Wooddell The other day my family and I were at a church (not our current, home church) for a multi-church children’s activity. It involved several young people, including our boys (ages 11 and 10), being led by … Continue reading
Posted by Barry Creamer Academicians have a commitment to the truth. After all, the point of being a member of the “academy” is having opinions and research validated through the work of similarly qualified and committed researchers and thinkers. The … Continue reading
*Posted by Kirk Spencer “Earth Day” reminds me of “Birth Day,” but without the “B.” It always bring to mind (mine at least) how easily it is to discount human souls (with birthdays), while showing our respect for the earth, … Continue reading
Dr. Barry Creamer explains what expository preaching is and why it is important for the church today: