Ligonier Ministries is offering a great study Bible for an unbelievable price on their one day only Reformation Day Sale on October 31. I began using the New Geneva Study Bible back when it first came out in about 1995. The name was changed a few years later to the Reformation Study Bible. It was … Continue reading Ligonier Ministries Reformation Day Sale
This is the question posed in the title of an October 18 article at the Out of Ur blog at the Christianity Today website. The subtitle reads, "Why the most influential church in America now says 'We made a mistake.'" Here are a couple of quotes from Bill Hybels that are contained in the article: … Continue reading "Willow Creek Repents?"
The much debated James Ossuary, with an inscription reading ""James, son of Joseph, brother of Jesus," has still not been conclusively ruled a fake. Although no one doubts that it dates to the time of James and Jesus, there has been some question whether or not the inscription was a forgery. However, after having been … Continue reading The James Ossuary
After about three months running this poll, still well over half of those responding (58%) do not think strict adherence to the Baptist Confession of 1689 is necessary to being a Reformed Baptist. Here is the breakdown thus far (found at the bottom of the page): 17% thought that one only had to be a … Continue reading Monthly "What is a Reformed Baptist?" Poll Update
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3psJWtT68WE Those at Immanuel Baptist Church could tell you that I have been preaching consistently for many years that we need the Gospel every day. In fact, some of them may even be tired of hearing me say it. The Gospel is not something that we outgrow our need for as we move on to … Continue reading We Need the Gospel Every Day
I discovered on Derick Dickens blog today that Beliefnet has partnered with Time Magazine to bring us the God-o-Meter. I think Derick sums it up nicely, when he says: I do not know if I am disgusted or just curious. Yet, in th election race, beliefnet.com has a "God-o-Meter" to rank the Presidential Candidates on … Continue reading A God-o-Meter?