Around the Horn (March 28)

5 Preaching Tips from the Puritans

In this post, Kevin DeYoung considers, “The Puritan tradition of preaching can be traced to the end of the 16th century and the beginning of the 17th century, but the term is used across many centuries by people who fit the general mood or embodiment of Puritanism. Men like Charles Spurgeon and Martin Lloyd-Jones have sometimes been considered the “last Puritans,” but I will consider Puritanism proper, which includes the early generation of men like William Perkins, Richard Sibbes, John Cotton, John Preston, and Thomas Goodwin.”

The End of Religious Liberty

Jason Duesing asks an important question, “Are we seeing the end of religious liberty?”

The Awakening We Need

Here Ray Ortland writes, “The word revival speaks of life renewed. It’s about depletion lifted to restoration, refreshing reinvigoration. It’s about weary you and me reenergized with new sparkle in our eyes, new spring in our steps, new steel in our spines. And isn’t that very renewal our constant need?”

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