The best place I have found to buy quality Bibles is evangelicalbible.com, which carries Bibles from Cambridge University Press, Crossway Bibles, the Trinitarian Bible Society, and the Lockman Foundation. It is also the exclusive distributor of Schuyler Bible Publishers and the official U.S. distributor of R.L. Allan Bibles, which many regard to be the best … Continue reading evangelicalbible.com – The Place to Buy Quality Bibles
Below is a sermon entitled "Biblical Reflections Before Brain Surgery." It is a message preached by Brain Borgman, a pastor at Grace Community Church in Minden, Nevada, as he anticipates undergoing brain surgery this week on Wednesday. I highly recommend listening to the message. It contains Scriptural encouragement from a man who has walked with … Continue reading Biblical Reflections Before Brain Surgery by Brian Borgman
I didn’t ever think I would read a book on the theology of food; but after reading “To Eat or Not to Eat?” by Curtis Knapp, I not only can say that I have, but I can say that I really enjoyed it. What I like best about the book is that the author is … Continue reading To Eat or Not to Eat?
Three months ago we began a poll on the blog. If you identify yourself as a Reformed Baptist and you haven't already taken part in the poll, please check out the "What is a Reformed Baptist?" Poll on the right sidebar on this page (the red box with white type). The intention is to run … Continue reading 2016 "What is a Reformed Baptist?" Poll Update
Introduction: Kent Hughes refers to a letter dated June 17, 1 BC, that is written from a man named Hilaron to his wife, Alis, concerning the birth of a child. The letter says, “If it was a male child, let it live; if it was a female, cast it out” (Mark, Vol. 2, p. 55). … Continue reading Mark 10:13-16 – The Children of the Kingdom (Teaching Outline)