Blog 2017-02-23T18:06:48+00:00

Five Suggestions for Daily Interaction with the Word of God

By | December 30th, 2017|Categories: Spirituality|

Daily devotion is a way of life, not a moment in time. It is, what John Calvin referred to, commenting on Hebrews 4:9, “a sabbathizing reserved for God’s people, that is a spiritual rest; to which [...]

March Devotionals—Patrick of Ireland: A Devotional History

By | February 27th, 2016|Categories: Daily Devotionals, History|

In the early part of March considerable attention is given to the memory of St. Patrick in the run-up to the celebrations on the 17th March. St. Patrick’s Day celebrations are now a worldwide phenomenon [...]

The Kingdom of God’s Sovereign Grace

By | February 22nd, 2016|Categories: Theology|Tags: , , |

Understanding the kingdom of God (see PDF diagram) is fundamental to our understanding and enjoyment of the gospel. Salvation—the new birth—is an entrance into the kingdom (John 3:3) which we are commanded to “seek first” [...]

A. W. Pink: The Pioneer of a Modern Reformation (Pt. 1: A String of Failures)

By | January 14th, 2016|Categories: Evangelicalism, Fundamentalism|

The past sixty years in the evangelical church has witnessed a deepening interest in reformed literature and a resurgence of reformed theology; it is, in some respects, a modern Reformation. Much of this has been [...]

Fundamentalism and the New Conservative Evangelical Identity

By | January 1st, 2016|Categories: Fundamentalism|

In previous articles I have tried to address some of the problems with fundamentalism. I have not been—nor should anyone be—afraid to face these hard issues head-on, to admit the difficulties, and to attempt to [...]

R-Rated Religion: Why is the Bible so filled with blood, guts, and immorality?

By | December 11th, 2015|Categories: Daily Devotionals, Questions & Answers, The Cross|

The film industry is regulated by certain government guidelines. Movies are categorized by a series of ratings indicating what different governing bodies feel are appropriate for certain audiences, usually according to age. In Canada each [...]

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