Although liberalism has affected all the branches of Christianity, it does not represent its own branch. Liberalism is more like a virus that infects different parts of the tree and ultimately kills those parts. Historically, that is what we have seen with the mainline Protestant denominations in the United States, although it has also infected […]
One of my favorite authors is Geerhardus Vos. He has been formative to my thinking about the Bible. I started with his book Biblical Theology in college, then followed it with his works on the Kingdom of God and the Church, The Teaching the Epistle to the Hebrews, and his Eschatology of Paul. I constantly […]
We will be studying Louis Berkhof’s Summary of Christian Doctrine this summer for our weekly Bible Study. This is an introduction to the world of systematic theology, or approaching the Bible as a whole to understand what it teaches on specific doctrines. Read Summary of Christian Doctrine Here’s what we’re planning on covering each week. […]
Here’s a list of websites, PDFs, and apps that include lots of one year Bible reading plans.
Dr. Lloyd-Jones examines the difficult passage in Hebrews 6 concerning salvation. This is an excellent and in-depth explanation of this hard-to-understand section of Hebrews. For land that has drunk the rain that often falls on it, and produces a crop useful to those for whose sake it is cultivated, receives a blessing from God. But […]
While still a medical doctor, Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones (1899-1981) was offered the position doctor to Queen Elizabeth II. He turned the job down and instead preached in London for 30 years, making a global impact with his extraordinary teaching and preaching. Although his sermons are available in books, you can also hear them online via […]
I have always liked the Scottish New Testament scholar F. F. Bruce. His background was originally classics, so he has an extremely insightful grasp of Greek. Although a knowledge of Greek isn’t necessary to read this commentary, he does provide fascinating insight to the original text.