If you want to read many Puritan authors, there is a free online Puritan Library that contains a large selection of Puritan writings, along with links to sites devoted to Puritan authors and writings. The list of authors includes: Richard Sibbes, John Owen, Thomas Watson, Thomas Brooks, Thomas Boston, John Bunyan, John Flavel, Jonathan Edwards, … Continue reading Free Online Puritan Library
I am happy to announce that the latest book in Dr. Richard Belcher's Journey series of theological novels has been published. The book is entitled A Journey in Baptist History and may be purchased at the Richbarry Press website. Here is a description of the book from the website: Many today, who call themselves Baptists, … Continue reading A Journey in Baptist History is Now Available
For those who have wondered what happened to Dr. Belcher of late, he has been busy working on books and speaking engagements. After having recently published his latest Journey book (A Journey in Dispensationalism), I am pleased to tell you that he has now also published a new, updated edition of his book Arthur W. … Continue reading Arthur W. Pink – Predestination Now Available
I discovered this video at Chris Poe's blog and thought I would share it with this blog's readers as well. It contains over an hour of teaching from a former Roman Catholic priest, Richard Bennett, on the true beliefs and activities of Patrick. You may be quite surprised by it! I am also grateful to Chris for the link to … Continue reading The Real Saint Patrick
Was the American Revolution Biblical? This question was posed to me recently, and in this post I would like to share some thoughts on the matter. I acknowledge up front that this question is one that has been strongly debated by Christians at times. In fact, there was not consistent agreement among Christians at the time of the … Continue reading The American Revolution: Was it Biblical?
Written by Rick Wade, a Research Associate of Probe Ministries (See below.) Introduction One of the tasks of Christian apologetics is to serve as a tool for evangelism. It is very easy, however, to stay in the realm of ideas and never confront unbelievers with the necessity of putting their faith in Christ. One apologist who … Continue reading Blaise Pascal: An Apologist for Our Times
Back on June 26 R. Scott Clark wrote A Gentle Rebuke to Brother John criticizing John Piper for inviting Doug Wilson to the September Desiring God Conference. Although I agreed with Scott in his confrontation of John on this point, I did not agree with everything he said in that post. I especially did not agree with … Continue reading Continuing Debate Over Baptist Usage of the Word "Reformed"
Earlier today an excellent article on the regulative principle of worship was posted on the RBS Tabletalk blog. The article was written by Jim Domm, who is Pastor of Englewood Baptist Church in Englewood, New Jersey, and an M.Div. Student at the Reformed Baptist Seminary. The article is entitled The Regulative Principle of Worship in Historical Perspective, and … Continue reading Jim Domm on the Regulative Principle of Worship
As the regular readers of this blog already know, Dr. Belcher has recently contributed a series of four articles concerning the heresy of Charles G. Finney. But I wanted to remind the blog's readers that Dr. Belcher has also recently finished his latest book in the Journey series of theological novels, A Journey in Heresy, … Continue reading A Journey in Heresy is Now Available
http://www.youtube-nocookie.com/v/U49RyyHVmXQ&hl=en&fs=1&rel=0&color1=0x3a3a3a&color2=0x999999&border=1 This video features Mark Kielar, the Teaching Pastor of First Baptist Church of Boynton Beach, Florida. I thought it would be a good followup to the four part series on the heresy of Finney that Dr. Belcher finished last week. Sadly, Finney's influence is still felt throughout far too many churches in America to … Continue reading Mark Kielar on the Heresy of Charles Finney