Creeds & Confessions

The act of catechizing, though somewhat foreign to the ears of modern evangelicals, was part of the regular diet of our early Christian forbearers. The word catechize comes from the Greek word katecheo simply meaning to teach, or instruct. In the Old Testament we see God commanding older...
No doubt you have heard the expression “killing two birds with one stone.” The point of the cliche is that it expresses the desire to achieve two results with one act. It could be understood as a colloquial way of saying “work smarter, not harder.” Some years ago I learned the truth of this...
I love old sea stories. I especially enjoy reading them when the book gives a tidbit of inconsequential information that provides a window into the world at the time of the tale. In the Heart of the Sea, Nathaniel Philbrick's true account of the old Moby Dick yarn is an excellent example. A first...
This week on Theology on the Go, Dr. Jonathan Master is joined by Rev. Terry Johnson, who is Senior Minister at Independent Presbyterian Church in Savannah, GA. Rev. Johnson has written many books, including Catechizing Our Children , The Case for Traditional Protestantism , and Reformed Worship ...
Carl Trueman Articles
I will delay answering the above question until the end of the article. Instead, I want to start by noting that Father Richard John Neuhaus has some good fun at Protestantism's expense in the latest First Things . In the priceless `While We're at It' section, RJN quotes (page 80) from a recent...
John Tweeddale
" Brief summaries of Christian doctrine are of great use to young beginners. The principles of the oracles of God brought into a little compass in creeds and catechisms have, like the beams of the sun contracted in a burning glass, conveyed divine light and heat with a wonderful power " (Matthew...