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  • December 2007 Tabletalk

    Tabletalk by Various

    Possibly no other theme has generated as much debate as the kingdom of God. What is it? When will it arrive? Has it already? In what way? Who are its recipients? And the list goes on. This issue of Tabletalk, … Learn More



  • October 2007 Tabletalk

    Tabletalk by Various

    The various authors of the New Testament find themselves at odds with many proponents of the church growth movement on one important point: the ability of man to listen and respond to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. It takes more … Learn More



  • August 2007 Tabletalk

    Tabletalk by Various

    Upon entering a discussion of the seventh century, one often finds little with which he is familiar. Yet despite such unfamiliarity, the work of God through the church of Christ endured — even through times of religious and political upheaval. … Learn More



  • July 2007 Tabletalk

    Tabletalk by Various

    The spiritual realm and a few of its inhabitants — angels and demons — are portrayed and discussed everywhere — from statues and paintings to poems and songs to the Internet. But are they understood correctly? With all the attention … Learn More



  • June 2007 Tabletalk

    Tabletalk by Various

    The Lord’s Prayer is used to justify all sorts of methods and styles of prayer. One way to avoid the risk of shaping this portion of Scripture into whatever we see fit is by applying sound exegesis that rests upon … Learn More



  • April 2007 Tabletalk

    Tabletalk by Various

    Grief is a natural and inevitable part of life. We usually encounter it whenever some important part of our life is lost or taken away. It is especially poignant when someone we love dies. Though it will never be a … Learn More



  • March 2007 Tabletalk

    Tabletalk by Various

    The family unit was instituted by God during the primeval days of Adam and Eve. The household in ancient times would have consisted of not just immediate members but relatives, servants, and even friends, depending on economic resources. Familial imagery … Learn More



  • February 2007 Tabletalk

    Tabletalk by Various

    The Wisdom literature of the Hebrew canon remains the most liturgically usable, if not the most widely misunderstood, portion of Scripture. This is the theme of the February 2007 Tabletalk. In an effort to help our readers learn how to … Learn More



  • December 2006 Tabletalk

    Tabletalk by Various

    One day, Peter approached Jesus and asked Him, “Lord, how often will my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? As many as seven times?” To which He responded, “I do not say to you seven times, but seventy … Learn More



  • January 2007 Tabletalk

    Tabletalk by Various

    We know that the one who has died in Christ has been set free from the old master, sin (Rom. 6:7). Nonetheless, we battle against the flesh, and our new master calls us to put to death the sin that … Learn More



  • November 2006 Tabletalk

    Tabletalk by Various

    The theme of the November 2006 issue of Tabletalk is the Lord’s Supper. In Geneva, John Calvin instructed ministers to take great care when administering this sacrament. They were to preach that “although we see only bread and wine, let … Learn More



  • October 2006 Tabletalk

    Tabletalk by Various

    Covenant theology is, in essence, biblical theology. And while Reformed thinkers have not necessarily agreed on the minutiae of certain aspects, they have all agreed on the principle of viewing Scripture within a covenantal framework. The symphony of Scripture, and … Learn More



  • August 2006 Tabletalk

    Tabletalk by Various

    Upon entering a discussion of the sixth century, one often finds little with which he is familiar. Yet despite such unfamiliarity, the work of God through the church of Christ endured — even through the Dark Ages. For this reason, … Learn More