How the Exodus Connects to Baptism and the Lord's Supper What does it mean to say, "Christians are called to live the exodus?" That is the question Andrew Wilson seeks to answer in this IX Marks
Roark, Nick and Robert Cline. Biblical Theology: How the Church Faithfully Teaches the Gospel. Wheaton: Crossway, 2018. 147 pp. INTRODUCTION Biblical theology is in vogue right now. Over the last decade, academic resources like Jim
One of the leading characteristics by which the religion of the Bible is distinguished from those systems of philosophy and morality which many would impose upon us in its place, is, that every thing pertaining
Reversing the Gospel: Warfield on Race and Racism Warfield was a staunch defender of the Christian faith who rarely engaged in social issues. Yet, according to Fred Zaspel, the one issue that Warfield confronted was the
Charles Haddon Spurgeon, “Joining the Church,” In The Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit Sermons, (London: Passmore & Alabaster, 1914), 295-298. Below I have added the headings, some of the paragraph breaks, and updated some of the spelling.
He was reading his Bible and I struck up a conversation with him. We talked about the gospel and then I asked him, “What church do you belong to?” He answered, “I attend different churches
As there is nothing pertaining to holiness which renders us more like our Lord Jesus Christ than lowliness of mind, so there is nothing pertaining to sin which approaches nearer to the image of Satan
Should Christians Try to 'Own' the Other Side? In this article, Dan Darling highlights the dangers of Christian attempting to shame those who hold contrary views. He argues that doing so is not for the sake
Transitions are important in life. We often mark transitions with special events, ceremonies, and meals, and rightly so. These kinds of actions remind us that transitions must be acknowledged, prepared for, and faced with courage.
Or, if sin should be allowed to be your fault, yet, if it were a small offence, an imperfection that might be overlooked, or so slight a matter that you could atone for it by