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The Countdown:GRADUATION FROM COVENANT THEOLOGICAL SEMINARYMay 15th, 2015So much to do, so little time!
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Originally posted on Reformedish:
Most of the time a solid translation, good reading skills, and a solid grasp of the story-line of the Bible is good enough for constructing the rough outlines of a good doctrine of God. I mean,…
Originally posted on Allkirk Network:
In 2010, Tim Keller wrote an essay titled, “What’s So Great about the PCA,” in which he identifies three branches of the PCA.1 These branches—which share a common DNA in the Reformed tradition—don’t have to…
I just got my Christian Ethics paper back and I wanted to share it in hopes that it will help others who are trying to figure out how video games ought to fit into the life of the Christian. So, … Continue reading
Hello again readers! Today’s post is the fruit of my course on the Gospels I am currently taking at seminary. The task: describe what Jesus intended to accomplish during his first-century earthly ministry. We were to draw from all four … Continue reading
The Godward Struggle of Ordinary Parenting. Parents of small children: need some encouragement? Well, here you go. Good words here from Jemar Tisby.
These are reasonable words in the wake of the awful tornados in Moore, OK about God, Jesus Christ, and suffering. It’s worth your time.
My friend and classmate, Nate, nails some common lies Christians believe about death while speaking at his grandfather’s funeral. This is such an encouraging message. Nate, I bet your grandfather is proud of you. Preach it, brother!
Originally posted on Jemar Tisby:
Biblical Christianity is sadly misunderstood both by Christians and non-Christians alike. The most persistent misunderstandings about Christianity seem to grow out of religious and philosophical pluralism in the U.S. Pluralism says that every religion is…
For my current Apologetics and Outreach class at Covenant Seminary, we are required to read The Heart of Evangelism, by the professor teaching the class, Jerram Barrs. In the few lectures we have had thus far, this book seems mirror … Continue reading