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The Five Solas of the Reformation and Their Importance Today

The Reformation in the 16th century is long known as a religious renewal movement, which we refer to today as the Protestant Reformation. This movement is known to have changed the course of Western civilization, but what is often not understood about this...

Who is Jonathan Edwards?

In order to gather a sense of Jonathan Edwards’ titanic legacy in American religious history, one needs only to survey the host of nicknames ascribed to him by various scholars through the years. In 1988, Robert Jenson pronounced Edwards “America’s...

Who is Martin Luther?

  When tasked with writing about Martin Luther there are many ways in which one can approach the man. There are books on his influence on the Christian life, biographies aplenty, commentaries on his Tabletalk’s, commentaries on his letters and...

Being John Calvin

Born on July 10, 1509, in Noyon, Picardy, in northern France, John Calvin was raised...

Five Integral Reasons Mature Disciples Sleep

Five Integral Reasons Mature Disciples Sleep

Editors note: The purpose of this series is to help our readers think through what discipleship is and how to embrace the Cross of Christ in all of life. Dave looked at learning the key to true contentment and joy in the Lord. Nick wrote on the three spiritual stages...

The Cross of Christ Displayed in Discipleship

The Cross of Christ Displayed in Discipleship

Editors note: The purpose of this series is to help our readers think through what discipleship is and how to embrace the Cross of Christ in all of life. Dave looked at learning the key to true contentment and joy in the Lord. Nick wrote on the three spiritual stages...

The Hiding Place (Young Reader’s Edition)

The Hiding Place (Young Reader’s Edition)

The story of Corrie Ten Boom as related in her classic book The Hiding Place is one of those must-read books. I was excited to receive an updated version of this book that is geared towards the young reader. Having a 13-year-old daughter in our home, I am quite...

The Problem of Good When the World Seems Fine without God

The Problem of Good When the World Seems Fine without God

When I lived in Seattle one of the main questions I got from many non-Christians friend was, “I live a moral life, and I’m a good person, so why do I need the gospel?” At first glance, this might seem like a no-brainer issue to most Christians, and they would be right...

Three Spiritual Stages of a Believer’s Life

Three Spiritual Stages of a Believer’s Life

Editors note: The purpose of this series is to help our readers think through what discipleship is and how to embrace the Cross of Christ in all of life. Dave looked at learning the key to true contentment and joy in the Lord. Today Nick writes on three spiritual...

What is Experiential Calvinism?

What is Experiential Calvinism?

Calvinism has sadly been reduced to only five points and characterized as a cold academic system of thought. Ian Hamilton has set out to recast it in a light that is more true to its heritage and intent. In What is Experiential Calvinism?  Hamilton describes the...