Principles and Prospects of a Servant of Christ [Delivered at the funeral of the Rev. J. Sutcliff, of Olney, June 28, 1814.] True evangelical religion is here represented as a building, the foundation of which
On Being a Heroic Man Here Tim Challis urges, "The reality, though, is that few men will ever commit the kind of acts they have so often pictured in their dreams. Few men will ever
I have been much edified by some things which appeared in print, respecting the present stale of our country, especially by those which have been directed against what may with propriety be called political self-righteousness.
Advent Prepares Us for Mission Patrick Schreiner poses a helpful thought in the post, noting, "In the Great Commission, Jesus sends his followers to make disciples of all nations (Matt. 28:19). We sometimes neglect to
The question proposed for discussion is,—Whether the obedience to civil government required in the Scriptures, includes attachment. It certainly does not include attachment to any thing but what is declared to be “an ordinance of
Trials Are Gardens for Lies In this post, Marshall Segal turns to the book of James and the truth that every good gift comes from God as a way to fight the lies of satan.
One of the things I love about Christmas is that it reminds us that Christianity is an embodied religion. It’s a religion rooted upon the reality that God himself came into the world, took on