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  • July 2015 Tabletalk

    Tabletalk by Various

    The July 2015 issue of Tabletalk features articles examining the fifteenth century in church history. From the Hussite movement, which was a precursor to the greater Protestant Reformation, to the fall of Constantinople, which saw the proliferation of Greek texts … Learn More



  • June 2015 Tabletalk

    Tabletalk by Various

    The June 2015 issue of Tabletalk will expound on the Ten Commandments. Some Christians see the Ten Commandments simply as a list of dos and don’ts. However, their full scope of meaning is far greater. This issue of Tabletalk will … Learn More



  • May 2015 Tabletalk

    Tabletalk by Various

    The May 2015 issue of Tabletalk addresses the central importance of doctrine. Tabletalk often considers various aspects of doctrines and the implications of those doctrines. However, this issue of Tabletalk considers doctrine itself. This issue provides a thorough definition of doctrine, describes … Learn More



  • April 2015 Tabletalk

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    The April 2015 issue of Tabletalk considers shame. Shame isn’t just a feeling; rather, men and women have true shame before God objectively and positionally. They’ve experienced this shame since Adam and Eve found themselves naked in the garden of … Learn More



  • March 2015 Tabletalk

    Tabletalk by Various

    The March 2015 issue of Tabletalk will explain the doctrine of Scripture and, more specifically, the doctrine of inerrancy. God gave His written Word to His people as their only infallible rule for faith and life. Its authority outranks all … Learn More



  • February 2015 Tabletalk

    Tabletalk by Various

    The February 2015 issue of Tabletalk considers the biblical concepts of labor and rest. God created the world in six days of work and then rested on the seventh, and so from the first chapter of Genesis, God established these … Learn More



  • January 2015 Tabletalk

    Tabletalk by Various

    The January 2015 issue of Tabletalk seeks to answer a basic question: “What is the gospel?” The importance of answering this question accurately cannot be overestimated, because our response to the gospel has eternal consequences. The “good news” is a … Learn More



  • December 2014 Tabletalk

    Tabletalk by Various

    The December 2014 issue of Tabletalk examines the doctrine of Christ. Before beginning the final part of His earthly ministry, Jesus asked His disciples a question that is the most important question they, or anyone else, will ever answer: “Who do you … Learn More



  • October 2014 Tabletalk

    Tabletalk by Various

    The October 2014 issue of Tabletalk features articles looking at several of the most significant dichotomies and distinctions found in Scripture. Throughout God’s Word, various concepts are placed in opposition or in contrast with one another. Sometimes the contrast is … Learn More



  • November 2014 Tabletalk

    Tabletalk by Various

    The November 2014 issue of Tabletalk is devoted to an examination of the slogan semper reformanda: “reformed and always reforming.” This slogan first appeared in 1674 during the Dutch Second Reformation in a devotional written by Jodocus van Lodenstein. He … Learn More



  • August 2014 Tabletalk

    Tabletalk by Various

    This issue of Tabletalk features articles explaining that the ordinary Christian life, the life to which all believers are called by the Lord Jesus, is, by its very nature, the radical Christian life. Faithful obedience to God in every sphere … Learn More



  • July 2014 Tabletalk

    Tabletalk by Various

    The July 2014 issue of Tabletalk features articles examining the fourteenth century. From the the Black Death, which ravaged Europe, killing over one-third of the population, to the so-called Babylonian Captivity of the Papacy and the Western Schism, during which … Learn More



  • June 2014 Tabletalk

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    The June 2014 issue of Tabletalk examines what Scripture teaches concerning our associations with other people both inside and outside the visible church. With whom can we unite ecclesiastically and theologically? Where do we draw the line? Does endorsement of … Learn More