The Lamb That Was Slain Meditation

“And they sang a new song: ‘You are worthy to take the scroll and to open its seals, because you were slain, and with your blood you purchased men for God from every tribe and language and people and nation.” Revelation 5:9... next...

Christian Unity: Living in Communion with the Saints (4) What Must I Do?

This article is a call to get to work! Thus far we have looked at the topic of unity in a somewhat conceptual manner. I say this, not to minimize the previous three articles, but to build upon them. I hope that you have been convinced of the... next...

The Glory of God: Archetypal and Ectypal Part Two: The Image of God

The idea of the image of God in Reformed theology has never fully jelled. Too often in the minds of interpreters the idea suggests an analogy to be drawn between the Creator and the creature made in God’s likeness (the terms “image”... next...

Bible Studies on the Life of Abraham Lesson 7: The Covenant (Part 2) Genesis 15:7–21

Immediately following the statement “Abram believed” (Genesis 15:6) Abram asks, “O Sovereign Lord, how can I know that I will gain possession of it?” Notice, however, the shift in the conversation. The promise that Abram... next...

Bible Studies on Abraham Lesson 8: Abram, Sarai, and Hagar Genesis 16

In Lesson 3 we noted how the livestock that Abram and Lot gained while in Egypt caused strife within the family. The sin of not trusting God during a time of famine led to the separation between Abram and his nephew. The great wealth that Abram... next...

Psalm Singing in Calvin and the Puritans

This is the first half of a chapter in Sing a New Song, a new book that covers the topics of psalm singing in history, psalm singing in Scripture, and psalm singing and the twenty-first-century church. Among the contributors are W. Robert Godfrey... next...

Bavinck the Dogmatician: The Doctrine of the Covenant (Part 2)

In my previous article on Bavinck’s doctrine of the covenant, I summarized the main features of Bavinck’s view of the covenant with Adam before the fall (commonly called “the covenant of works”) and the covenant of grace... next...

This is My Outlook: The Infallible Word

It can only be with great sadness that one finds the question of the infallibility of Scripture questioned within Reformed circles—again. Even sadder when it enters what is usually labeled as the conservative sector of the Reformed arena.... next...

Book Review A Classic Jewel: Robert Leighton on 1 Peter (1&2 Peter Crossway Classic Commentary)

Robert Leighton, Griffith Thomas, Alistair McGrath and J. I Packer, eds. Crossway, 1999 288 pages, paperback ISBN-10: 1581340648 Reviewed by Rev. Bryan Miller Available on www.Amazon.com or www.crossway.org The only commentary that... next...

Book Review Muslims and Christians at the Table: Promoting Biblical Understanding Among North-American Muslims

Bruce A. McDowell and Anees Zaka P & R Publishing (October 1999) Paperback: 326 pages ISBN-10: 0875524737 Reviewed by Sya Strydhorst Available on www.Amazon.com Muslims and Christians at the Table: Promoting Biblical Understanding... next...
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