Spiritual Growth

On a spring day in 1747, twenty-nine-year-old David Brainerd rode horseback into the yard of a Northampton parsonage. It was the home of eminent New England pastor and theologian, Jonathan Edwards and his wife Sarah. Edwards and Brainerd, prior to this day, were relative strangers to one another,...
Shortly before college I read Mortimer Adler's little classic How to Read a Book . That may sound like an odd title. After all, how could somebody read the book unless they already knew how to read? And if they did know how to read, then why would they need to read it at all? How to Read a Book...
Carlton Wynne Articles
Is Idolatry the New Sin? "Just talk about idolatry and you'll be fine." A mentor recently offered these words in my presence to a seminary student who was facing an assignment to preach on the topic of sin. The student's sermon may, indeed, have been "fine" if he followed that suggestion, but the...
Carlton Wynne Articles
Is Idolatry the New Sin? "Just talk about idolatry and you'll be fine." A mentor recently offered these words in my presence to a seminary student who was facing an assignment to preach on the topic of sin. The student's sermon may, indeed, have been "fine" if he followed that suggestion, but the...
Alistair Begg Articles
Reformed Theological Seminary Commencement Address - May 16, 2008 Rev. Alistair Begg "Steady As You Go" - 2 Timothy 4: 1-8 We hear the Word of God again; this time in Second Timothy and in chapter 4. "In the presence of God and of Christ Jesus, who will judge the living and the dead, and in view of...
Alistair Begg Articles
Reformed Theological Seminary Commencement Address - May 16, 2008 Rev. Alistair Begg "Steady As You Go" - 2 Timothy 4: 1-8 We hear the Word of God again; this time in Second Timothy and in chapter 4. "In the presence of God and of Christ Jesus, who will judge the living and the dead, and in view of...

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