Monthly Archives: July 2012

Dissension and Condescension

Author. Andrew Wilson | Publication Date. 27/07/2012 I have huge respect for Phillip Jensen. He’s taught, contended for and preached a huge number of things I believe, and I love him as a brother. So it was with some dismay (although, because I ha… Continue reading

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How Whitefield walked through controversy

How Whitefield walked through controversy Ray Ortlund “I hope as I make advances in the spiritual life, I shall show my zeal more and more tempered with true Christian knowledge and prudence. I would willingly have none of my old wild fire mingled… Continue reading

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The Case for Early Marriage

The Case for Early Marriage Amid our purity pledges and attempts to make chastity hip, we forgot to teach young Christians how to tie the knot. (by Mark Regnerus) Virginity pledges. Chastity balls. Courtship. Side hugs. Guarding your heart. Evange… Continue reading

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Cranmer and the Book of Common Prayer

A sermon preached by David Holloway Tonight we have been using the 1662 Book of Common Prayer evening service. This year that is particularly appropriate as it is the 350th anniversary of that 1662 Prayer Book, whose theology, at law, still define… Continue reading

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What Moses knew about the power of a good song

Common sense and experience both tell us that our minds soak up the lyrics of the songs we sing. It was Stuart Townend, I think, who said that he’s heard a lot more people leaving church humming songs than he has reciting sermons! And it turns out… Continue reading

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Embracing a Pastoral Approach – Kevin DeYoung

What does it mean to be “pastoral”? I’m a pastor. Have been for ten years. Best job I can imagine. I get to serve the God I love and work with the things our God loves most deeply: his word and his church. As the Senior Pastor of University Reform… Continue reading

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