Category Archives: Theology

Confession ≠ Repentance by Ty Gooch

June 6, 2019 It’s beautiful when Christians humbly confess their sin to one another and cling to the gospel yet again (James 4:7–10). Maybe we were repulsed by our sin after a gospel-centered sermon, a Christ-anchored Bible study, or a … Continue reading

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Shelf Life: A Must-Read, Lifetime-Learning List for Men Part 1 By George Grant

  Readers are inveterate and unapologetic list makers.  Indeed, according to Umberto Eco, “Lists are the most necessary literary accessories of all.”  There are lists of books that must be read.  There are lists of books that must be reread.  … Continue reading

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Phil Johnson Remembers Warren Wiersbe

A few people have asked me to recount some memories from my relationship with Warren Wiersbe. My first meeting with him was June 4, 1972—the day after I arrived in Chicago for the summer term at Moody Bible Institute. It … Continue reading

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Five Purposes for Suffering By John Piper

For those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose. (Romans 8:28) We seldom know the micro reasons for our sufferings, but the Bible does give us faith-sustaining macro reasons. … Continue reading

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Stewarding the Skill of Writing Posted by Jen Oshman

There are so many good reasons not to write. I mean, do people even read anymore? Everyone has something to say and the internet is a virtual cacophony. Why add to the noise? Especially when writing is hard. And lonely. … Continue reading

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A Life Not Wasted: Adoniram Judson By Nathan Busenitz

I have been profoundly impressed with the sacrifices made by Christian men and women throughout the centuries of church history. From martyrs to missionaries, these individuals have served their King with greatest intensity and courage, valiantly standing as examples for … Continue reading

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We Know They Are Killing Children — All of Us Know By John Piper

  One biblical principle of justice is that the more knowledge we have that our action is wrong, the more guilty we are, and the more deserving of punishment (Luke 12:47–48). The point of this article is that, when it … Continue reading

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