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  • Will Beauty Save the World? by Albert Mohler

    In his work The Idiot—a novel drenched in Christian content and deeply engaged with Christian theology—the great Russian novelist Fyodor Dostoevsky posits what seems like an odd notion. He says that beauty will save the world. It’s an interesting idea, …Read More

  • Against the Sophists by R.C. Sproul

    If anyone is a shoo-in for the hall of fame of educators historically, it is Socrates. Socrates stands as a giant in the history of educational philosophy, and the importance of Socrates and of his ideas is not only for …Read More

  • Are We There Yet? by R. Carlton Wynne

    Nearly every summer, my parents loaded my siblings and me into the family car and embarked on that common vacation ritual known as “the road trip.” Years later, as the father to my own young children, I have a sense …Read More

  • Every Thought Captive by Burk Parsons

    In our day, many Christians have a view of church history that is a popular, but unfortunate, caricature. They believe the church started in the first century, but then soon fell into apostasy. The true faith was lost until Martin …Read More

  • The Gospel in Asia by Jeffrey Jue

    The advance of the gospel in Asia over the last century has been extraordinary. Christian churches are growing and thriving in countries such as Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan, and of course South Korea, which boasts some of the largest churches in …Read More

  • Overview of the Seventeenth Century by Nicholas Needham

    The seventeenth century was one of the most intense, vivid, and impactful centuries in Christian history. It was as if all the issues raised by the sixteenth-century Reformation were poured out into the seventeenth century and shaken violently, and the …Read More

  • Praying Together by Megan Hill

    Recently, my husband and I visited the library archives at Williams College in Williamstown, Mass. On our arrival, a cheerful librarian asked us if we were there to see the Jane Austen first edition or the Shakespeare folios. Neither, actually. …Read More

  • Protestant Creeds and Confessions by Ryan Reeves

    The Reformation was a struggle over the essentials of the faith. First with Luther, and then with other Protestant traditions, the Reformers set biblical faith over against that of Roman Catholic teachings and the papal magisterium. Pointing to the Bible …Read More

  • Reformed Piety and Practice by R. Scott Clark

    When Martin Luther (1483–1546) entered the Augustinian convent at Erfurt in 1505, it was a considered decision and the fulfillment of a vow he had made when he cried, “St. Anne, help me! I will become a monk.” So he …Read More

  • The Revolution Demands Unconditional Surrender by Albert Mohler

    Now that the moral revolutionaries are solidly in control, what is to be demanded of Christians who, on the basis of Christian conviction, cannot join the revolution? The demands have now been presented, and they represent unconditional surrender. In a …Read More

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