Ligonier Blog / Wednesday / April 23 / 2014

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  • Fairy Dust

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Sep 28, 2013 Category: Articles

    It was Arthur C. Clarke who posited this law: Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. I disagree. The technology need not be advanced at all. The truth is that the sole reason we don't see the world all around us as magic is that we are jaded, too cool for the school of wonder. A little fire, a little sand, a little care, a little gentle blowing, and presto chango, we have glass. That's magic that we now watch at Founders' Days fairs. A little water, a little sluice box, more fire, a hammer and some nuance, and abracadabra, we have a golden ring. Keep Reading
  • The Blessing of the Third Use of the Law

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Sep 21, 2013 Category: Articles

    God's law serves at least three purposes, which Calvin wisely expressed. He affirmed that the law first serves as a mirror for us. It reveals the perfect character of God, and in so doing, it exposes our sin. This might be called the schoolmaster function. The law instructs us in our need for God's grace. It reveals His perfection, and our failure to measure up. It reveals our need for Christ. Keep Reading

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