Around the Horn (April 25)

4 Reason Why I Appreciate Expository Preaching Few Christians will ever have a hermeneutics class, yet it is the church's role to teach believers how to study the scriptures. In this post, Meredith Cook reminders us

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Humble Soil and the Implanted Word

“Therefore put away all filthiness and rampant wickedness and receive with meekness the implanted word which is able to save your souls.” James 1:21 I have been studying through the book of James with my

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Around the Horn (April 18)

The 1 Thing I'd Say to Christians about Politics and Public Life As Bruce Ashford notes in this short piece, there are numerous things that could be said about Christians and public life, but there

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Around the Horn (April 11)

When Passivity is Pride There is a danger lurking in the pastoral position. It is the danger of applause and people pleasing to gain that applause. This article highlights the damage that this attitude causes

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Andrew Fuller Friday: On Sowing to the Flesh

Let us begin on the subject of sowing to the flesh, and observe the relation which the future punishment of the wicked will bear to it. The fruit which arises from sowing to the flesh

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Around the Horn (April 4)

Are You a Drunk Preacher? As noted in this post, a drunk man often needs to lean on something for support. His inebriation means he cannot stand well on this own. Sadly, that is how

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