Yearly Archives: 2011

Cherishing God’s Every Word, Jot, and Tittle

In the appendix of Altar to an Unknown Love, I address MacDonald’s and Lewis’ generational influences regarding the use of language. Neither man was well disciplined in the use of scriptural language, and those who reproduce their teachings tend to … Continue reading

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The Power of the Prelates

In the previous post, I highlighted the faithfulness of Jerome of Prague whose endurance in the Gospel brought him through many trials and tribulations, leading to his eventual martyrdom at the hands of the religious majority. As a follow-up to … Continue reading

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Thankfulness, Even to the End…

On occasion, for our family devotions, I will read portions of Foxe’s Book of Martyrs to my children and discuss the beauty and power of God’s grace in His people. Foxe’s Book of Martyrs is a rich and historic work. … Continue reading

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Altar to an Unknown Love: Review by Iain Murray

At various times in my life and ministry, the rich writings of Iain Murray have been a great help to my soul – as well as to my dear wife and children. It is therefore difficult to express the depth … Continue reading

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Altar to an Unknown Love: Review by Gary Gilley

We are thankful for Gary Gilley’s review of Altar to an Unknown Love and have posted it, with permission, below. Pastor Gilley serves as pastor of Southern View Chapel in Springfield Illinois. I have come to appreciate his careful defense … Continue reading

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The Greatest Fight in the World

Excerpt from Spurgeon’s sermon ~ The Greatest Fight in the World ~ …the Word is like its Author, infinite, immeasurable, without end. If you were ordained to be a preacher throughout eternity, you would have before you a theme equal … Continue reading

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No Mr. Scarborough…

An Open Letter to Joe Scarborough in view of his recent article: Jeffress throws Jesus under the bus. Dear Mr. Scarborough: I know precious little about Robert Jeffress, his background, personal life, or theology – but I would encourage you … Continue reading

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Great Peace Amidst a Great War

A Sermon Preached in the Chapel of Princeton Theological Seminary, on Sunday morning, March 10, 1929. By Rev. Professor J. Gresham Machen, D.D., Litt.D. And the peace of God, which passeth all understanding, shall keep your hearts and minds through … Continue reading

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Contemporvant Growtivation

When fiction gets too close to reality: Technorati Tags: contemporvant,growtivation,seeker sensitive movement,church growth movement,emergent church

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www.wheredoyoustand.com

Domain names are interesting things. With the large number of domain extensions out there in the world of the internet-ethersphere, it is not uncommon to have two websites, with the same domain prefix but different extensions, sporting some radically different … Continue reading

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