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  • A Man Created in God’s Image

    from Burk Parsons Nov 03, 2009 Category: Tabletalk Magazine

    In 1998 a dear friend prompted me to get involved working with Dr. Tom Woodward and the C. S. Lewis Society. A few months later I found myself at dinner with Phillip E. Johnson, noted law professor at Berkeley and author of Darwin on Trial. During my time with Dr. Johnson I learned two very important things. Keep Reading
  • Columns from Tabletalk Magazine, November 2009

    from Tim Challies Nov 02, 2009 Category: Tabletalk Magazine

    The November edition of Tabletalk is out. This month's theme is "Darwin." The issue looks at Charles Darwin and discusses the ramifications of his theories and Christian responses to them. Contributors include R.C. Sproul, Allan Fisher, Keith Mathison, Russ Pulliam, David Robertson and Rod Rosenbladt. Keep Reading
  • Facing Our Fears

    from R.C. Sproul Nov 01, 2009 Category: Articles

    We are fragile mortals, given to fears of every sort. We have a built-in insecurity that no amount of whistling in the dark can mollify. We seek assurance concerning the things that frighten us the most. Keep Reading
  • Confronting the Darkness

    from R.C. Sproul Oct 30, 2009 Category: Articles

    Charles Colson speaks of a modern "return to the Dark Ages." When I think of the original Dark Ages, I think of a period when culture was in decline and the progress of knowledge was static. But today we read of the problem of the explosion of knowledge. Keep Reading
  • Relying on God’s Grace

    from R.C. Sproul Oct 29, 2009 Category: Articles

    The irony of the theology of meritorious suffering is that it tends to produce the very opposite effect from its original intention. What began as a call to humble willingness to suffer became an insidious tool for self-righteousness. Perhaps the most difficult task for us to perform is to rely on God's grace and God's grace alone for our salvation. Keep Reading
  • Playing Your Part

    from Gene Edward Veith Oct 28, 2009 Category: Articles

    As seen in other articles this month, the word hypocrisy derives from the Greek term for "playing a part." The ordinary word for an actor on the stage in Greek drama was hypocrite. In the tragedies of Sophocles or the comedies of Aristophanes, the actors -- the hypocrites -- played their different parts by wearing masks. The moral transgression of hypocrisy also involves playing a part and wearing a mask. But there are also times when God calls us to play a part. Keep Reading

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