The Future of Everything

Article by   April 2019
Do you wonder what happens to believers when they die? Do you spend time thinking about what life will be like once the Lord Jesus returns? If not, Rev. William Boekestein's fine little book will show you the importance of doing so. continue

Unconsciously Paying the Ransom

In his remarkable book, The Suffering Savior, Frederick Krummacher made the astonishing observation that by Jesus' prayer for mercy from the cross for those who crucified him, we can conclude that "while offering up the Lord Jesus, [those crying out for...
Posted April 19, 2019 @ 8:57 AM by Nick Batzig

Rhyme Thee to Good

In the first post in this short series on the theology of the seventeenth Anglican poet, George Herbert, we considered the centrality of salvation by grace in the altar poem. It shows up throughout his other poems as well....
Posted April 17, 2019 @ 7:17 AM by Bret Saunders

How Can We Know God?

In my first article on the topic of theology proper, I discussed why we must know the God who created us. I will now explain how we can know that God whose ways are higher than our ways, and his...
Posted April 15, 2019 @ 6:29 AM by Amy Mantravadi

Dr. Watts' Scheme

Isaac Watts wrote nearly 600 hymns in the 18th Century. Churches around the world still sing many today. For instance, if you visited a congregation on any given Sunday in the English speaking world, it would not be a...
Posted April 13, 2019 @ 8:33 AM by Nick Batzig

Reason, Revelation and the Resurrection

I recently read a short article on Biologos entitled On What Basis Should A Scientist Accept The Resurrection? A composite piece written by a number of Biologos contributors, the article sets out an argument for the basis for and authority...
Posted April 10, 2019 @ 8:57 PM by Matt Holst

When Our Voices Fail

Three weeks ago this past Thursday (March 21), I decided it was probably best, because of my mother's serious health situation, for me to head home to South Carolina after worship on the coming Sunday to be with her....
Posted April 8, 2019 @ 7:30 AM by Rob Looper
TOPICS: death, glory, grief, hymns

Thomas Boston, the Marrow and the Gospel

Thomas Boston is one of my favorite authors. Through his sermons, memoirs, and other writings, the prolific theologian and humble pastor of a small rural church in the Scottish border country has become one of the pastors of my...
Posted April 5, 2019 @ 8:18 AM by Phil Ryken

The Good, the Bad and the Providence of God

Johannes Maccovius, in his Theological Distinctions, treated the subject of the Divine providence toward the righteous and toward the wicked with the maxim, "In this life, what happens to good people is never bad and what happens to bad people is...
Posted April 2, 2019 @ 10:03 AM by Nick Batzig
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