Category Archives: Theology

The Importance of Christian Biography by Nate Pickowicz

The blessings that come from reading Christian biography cannot be fully enumerated or overstated. There is a measure of comfort, joy, and inspiration that comes from beholding the hand of God in the lives of His flawed yet faithful servants. … Continue reading

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A Basic Primer on Rights and Obligations Justin Taylor

 In his new book, We Are All Philosophers: A Christian Introduction to Seven Fundamental Questions, John Frame includes a chapter on “What Are My Rights?” He writes: In general, obligations are what I owe to others. Rights are what others owe … Continue reading

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Review of Christ’s Call To Reform His Church

  In his book, Christ’s Call to Reform His Church: Timeless Demands From the Lord to His People, Pastor John MacArthur asserts that today’s church must have a new reformation in order to be what the Lord Jesus calls it … Continue reading

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The Duty of Diligence By Tim Challies

Of the many legacies of the Protestant Reformation, few have had greater and wider-reaching impact than the rediscovery of the biblical understanding of vocation. Before the Reformation, the only people considered to have a vocation or calling were those who … Continue reading

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9-11 in the Light of History and Eternity

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Why You Should Read More (and Less) Books by Allen Nelson IV

Sometimes I like to smell books. I’m a weirdo, I know. My wife makes fun of me for it. There’s just something about smelling the pages of a new or old or somewhere in between book that fascinates me. I’m … Continue reading

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Evidence of Biblical Story Found in Layers of Jerusalem Ash By Aaron Earls

  The Bible describes King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon laying siege to Jerusalem and specifically burning down the temple, the palace and “all the great houses” (2 Kings 25:9). A group of archaeologists believe they’ve found one of those great houses … Continue reading

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