Calvin’s Four Rules of Prayer by Carlton Wynne

I recently read an article entitled Calvin's Four Rules of Prayer by Dr. Carlton Wynne, assistant professor of systematic theology and apologetics at Westminster Theological Seminary. He introduces the subject this way: Reading through some old notes on Calvin's Institutes made me realize what always gets dropped when life feels like one giant game of … Continue reading Calvin’s Four Rules of Prayer by Carlton Wynne

Social Justice And The Gospel: The Statement Framers Panel

Last Thursday I posted Voddie Baucham's message on Defining Social Justice, which was one of a number of insightful messages at the recent conference entitled Social Justice & The Gospel: The God-breathed Hierarchy and the Postmodern Crisis within the Church. At the conference there was also a panel discussion with members of the group who … Continue reading Social Justice And The Gospel: The Statement Framers Panel

“Defining Social Justice” by Dr. Voddie Baucham

Our regular readers may recall a post back in September concerning The Statement on Social Justice & the Gospel, as a well as a follow-up post entitled Explanation of the Statement on Social Justice & the Gospel, in which I gathered together in one place a series of articles written in defense of the statement … Continue reading “Defining Social Justice” by Dr. Voddie Baucham

“Explainer: The United Nations and Religious Liberty” by Joe Carter

Yesterday, March 8, 2019, Joe Carter of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) posted a brief article about the role the United Nations seeks to play with regard to religious liberty around the world. It is a worthwhile read. The article ends with this section entitled "Is the UN doing an adequate job of … Continue reading “Explainer: The United Nations and Religious Liberty” by Joe Carter

Jon Bloom Challenges Us to “Relentlessly Call Abortion What It Really Is”

Back in January Jon Bloom of Desiring God Ministries wrote an article entitled Relentlessly Call Abortion What It Really Is, in which he reminds us that: Abortion is rarely talked about. I’m not talking about the word “abortion.” We hear this word a lot in the public square. But we rarely hear about it. Abortion … Continue reading Jon Bloom Challenges Us to “Relentlessly Call Abortion What It Really Is”

Tim Challies on “What We Lost When We Lost Our Hymnals”

Over the years I cannot count the number of times that people visiting our church have remarked about the volume and joy in the singing of the congregation. It seems it is becoming more remarkable than ever these days because people are used to the volume coming from speakers echoing the singing of a group … Continue reading Tim Challies on “What We Lost When We Lost Our Hymnals”

Explanation of the Statement on Social Justice & the Gospel

Back in September I posted an article concerning the The Statement on Social Justice & the Gospel. Not surprisingly, this statement has drawn some criticism, and, given the nature and importance of the issues, it led the the team at the Reformation21 blog to invite the authors of the statement to write a series of … Continue reading Explanation of the Statement on Social Justice & the Gospel

Fred Sanders Addresses “5 Myths About the Trinity”

Today Fred Sanders, professor of theology at the Torrey Honors Institute at Biola University, posted an excellent article on the Crossway blog entitled 5 Myths About the Trinity. Here are the five myths he addresses: Myth #1: It’s only for theology experts. Myth #2: It isn’t really in the Bible; the early church made it … Continue reading Fred Sanders Addresses “5 Myths About the Trinity”

Biblical Reflections on the Problem of Evil

Introduction The "problem of evil" has been an issue that has been encountered by every single human being that has ever lived in this world. Whether it is viewed as a philosophical problem or an experiential one, it is faced by us all. Here is a summary of the basic philosophical problem, which, as I … Continue reading Biblical Reflections on the Problem of Evil