Monthly Archives: October 2008

Bring Your Heart!

Read this encouraging quote from Octavius Winslow. I am challenged at how rare we speak of Christ’s love in this way, choosing instead to speak of an intellectual assent to truth when relating to the love of Christ. We need … Continue reading

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Get The Reformation Study Bible!

Good news! Yesterday R. C. Sproul‘s broadcast ministry “Renewing Your Mind posted up a rare offer for a genuine leather Reformation Study Bible (regular retail price is $69.99). Just make a gift contribution of your choice and they’ll send it … Continue reading

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Dissonance and Harmony

As I learn the many differences of opinion between well-informed, truth-loving Christians on a wide variety of issues, I’m reminded that truth often appears to be elusive because it is truth. Truth comes from God, who is eternal. Truth is eternal, … Continue reading

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Anselm’s Prayer For His Enemies

I thought to share this prayer from Anselm. I don’t think I have any enemies at the moment, but you never know. Jesus said, “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God” (Matt 5:9). It’s interesting that peacemakers … Continue reading

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Herman Bavinck on Parenting and Education

This is a modified excerpt from chapter two of “The Sacrifice of Praise,” written by Herman Bavinck. For an introduction to Bavinck, a biography can be found here. [Note: My apologies to Gilbert Zekveld, who translated the text into English from … Continue reading

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Celtic Christianity?

Elements of Celtic Christianity are attractive to me. Not everything though. I haven’t studied too much about it. Only read a few articles here and there. Not everything is exclusively Celtic tradition, but here are some of my pros and … Continue reading

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Serve God, But Don’t Do Him Any Favors

When you hear someone say they will do something “for God” or “for Jesus,” it usually means one of two things. Either they (1) submit to his lordship or (2) they want to do him a favor. There’s a big difference between submitting … Continue reading

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