• Hope in Life and Death by Keith Mathison

    One of the first Reformed authors I ever read was Sinclair Ferguson. I was a dispensationalist in transition at the time, and I ran across a little book titled The Christian Life: A Doctrinal Introduction by Dr. Ferguson. I started …Read More

  • Reigning with Christ by Cornelis Venema

    One of the primary themes in the book of Revelation is the paradox of the Christian life. Believers are united to Christ, the Lamb who was slain but now reigns as the Lion from the tribe of Judah (Rev. 5–6), …Read More

  • Someone is Wrong on the Internet by R.C. Sproul Jr.

    It takes two to tango, and that doesn’t even include the band. Our choices, our behaviors, are rarely as discreet as we think they are. Not only do our decisions bleed into our other decisions, they touch on other people’s …Read More

  • Angels: Messengers and Ministers of God by Phil Johnson

    Few biblical topics have provoked more wild speculation and fruitless debate than the topic of angels. Scripture doesn’t begin to answer all our questions about the subject. But there’s a lot more information about angels in the Bible than you …Read More

  • A Mother in Israel by Derek Thomas

    Jacob, the wily one, after ten or fifteen years, finally returns to Bethel. God has been at work in his life, drawing the wayward patriarch to himself. It has been a difficult journey. It invariably is so when our wills …Read More

  • The Letter to the Church in Philadelphia by Cornelis Venema

    Many evangelical churches in North America are scrambling to find strategies that will enable them to reach out effectively with the gospel of Jesus Christ. Despite a rich heritage of gospel teaching on this continent, there is a sense of …Read More

  • He Is Able by Patrick Lennox

    When I was young, I received an odd birthday gift. It was odd on two counts. First, it was a book. I did not read unless absolutely necessary. The other odd thing was the subject of the book. It was …Read More

  • Thus Saith the Lord? by Rod Rosenbladt

    LAST WEEK, THE LORD TOLD me.…” To someone from a Reformed background, it is sort of jarring to hear a statement like that. But the proposition is not all that unusual—especially in Pentecostal circles. I remember once asking a question …Read More

  • Marks of a Great Teacher: Understanding by R.C. Sproul

    The K-I-S-S principle is frequently requested in a learning environment. The acrostic stands for “Keep it simple, stupid.” It seems we are a people who loathe difficult study. We want easy answers and we want them quickly. Mastery of a …Read More

  • A Future Justification Based on Works? by Cornelis Venema

    One of the remarkable features of N.T. Wright’s reformulation of the Protestant doctrine of justification is his emphasis upon a “future justification” on the basis of works. According to Wright, the apostle Paul clearly teaches that believers will be subject …Read More

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