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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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Why Anne of Green Gables Is One of My Favorite Novels By Tim Challies

I suppose it’s not a “manly” thing to admit, but Anne of Green Gables is one of my favorite novels, and one I read often. I am drawn to the character Lucy Maud Montgomery created—a quirky child who sees the … Continue reading

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The Duties Required by the Ninth Commandment in a Social Media World

You must be familiar with the ninth commandment: “You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.” On a surface level it’s simple enough: Don’t tell lies about other people. But Christians have traditionally understood it to entail far more … Continue reading

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Was the Early Church Communist? By Aaron Brake

In the book of Acts, we’re told the following about the early church in Jerusalem: Now the whole group of those who believed were of one heart and soul, and no one claimed private ownership of any possessions, but everything … Continue reading

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Every Book of the Bible in One Word Garrett Kell

God reveals himself through his Word. When he speaks, he teaches us what he is like, how he acts, and how he desires us to respond. As a whole, the Bible is about God. It’s about God the Father displaying his glory through … Continue reading

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What’s a Chained Library?

The Chained Library at Hereford Cathedral is a unique and fascinating treasure in Britain’s rich heritage of library history; there were books at Hereford Cathedral long before there was a ‘library’ in the modern sense. The cathedral’s earliest and most … Continue reading

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