• Defining Personhood

    Apr, 2013
  • Youth-Driven Culture

    Mar, 2013
  • Union with Christ

    Feb, 2013
  • The Lost Virtues of Listening, Meditating, and Thinking

    Jan, 2013
  • The Prodigal Son

    Dec, 2012
  • The Five Solas

    Nov, 2012
  • October, 2012

    The October 2012 issue of Tabletalk features articles examining the relationship between the church and Israel, a relationship commonly misunderstood by the average layperson. This issue explores the various historical positions regarding this matter, and seeks to help readers understand the composition and nature of the “called out ones,” from the covenant of works in Adam all the way through the manifestations of the covenant of grace in redemptive history

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    The Church and Israel

    Oct, 2012
  • September, 2012

    The September 2012 issue of Tabletalk features articles examining the twelfth century as it relates to the church and its constituents. The church witnessed a surprising number of developments in the twelfth century, both within its own walls and without. From the rise of Islam throughout the Western world to the influx of heresies in continental Europe, the twelfth century proved a dynamic time of change.

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    The 12th Century

    Sep, 2012
  • August, 2012

    The August 2012 issue of Tabletalk addresses Eastern spirituality and its increasing global influence. While containing truths accrued through general revelation, Eastern spirituality nonetheless denies the fundamental tenets of the gospel, and Christians must recognize the danger it presents despite its non-abrasive presentation and ideals.

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    Eastern Spirituality

    Aug, 2012
  • July, 2012

    The July 2012 issue of Tabletalk tackles the questions of why sound biblical doctrine matters, why we cannot compromise, how we determine our doctrinal boundaries, and how Christians can avoid succumbing to the temptation of wavering. In this technological era, anybody has the ability to disseminate their beliefs about critical religious doctrine through numerous modes of media. Further, Western culture vehemently affirms the validity and veracity of each stance. Yet, the Word of God teaches differently. This issue examines the importance of maintaining and guarding doctrinal integrity for the sake of the gospel.

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    Drawing the Line: Why Doctrine Matters

    Jul, 2012
  • June, 2012

    The June 2012 issue of Tabletalk features articles examining the theology of evangelism. While most of us are familiar with the call to evangelism given by Jesus in the Great Commission, many of us either do not know or we misunderstand the meaning and importance of evangelism in the Christian life. This issue seeks to unfold the fullness of evangelism, the means by which God, in His sovereignty, calls sinners from darkness into the light of His grace.

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    The Theology of Evangelism

    Jun, 2012
  • May, 2012

    The May 2012 issue of Tabletalk addresses the subject of controversy. John Newton’s letter “On Controversy” provides a launching pad into the discussion, and the core of this issue extracts, explains, and applies the three major sections of the letter that he wrote to a minister preparing to engage another minister regarding orthodoxy. An additional two articles argue for the occasional necessity of controversy and direct us to the appropriate end of engaging in controversy: the glory of God.

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    Controversy

    May, 2012