An Ancient Sermon for Today

Due to the beauty, majesty, and broad sweeping survey of ancient Old Testament pictures and promises, it’s easy to forget that the Book of Hebrews was not originally a lofty theological lecture disconnected from “real life.” Instead, it was an...

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John Calvin on the Raising of Lazarus
John Calvin on the Raising of Lazarus

Christ does not approach the grave as an idle spectator, but as a champion who prepares for a contest; and therefore we need not wonder that he again groans; for the violent tyranny of death, which he had to conquer, is placed before his eyes.

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Consider: Theologians of the Cross

Theologians of the Cross “operate on the assumption that there must be—to use the language of treatment for addicts – a ‘bottoming out’ or an ‘intervention.’ That is to say, there is no cure for the addict on his own. In theological terms, we...

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It Ain’t Over Till It’s Over

A friend pointed me to these encouraging words from Dr. Carl Trueman, a pastor in a sister denomination and a professor at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia (the other Westminster). Writing both as a pastor and a parent, Dr...

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