Thanks to Andrea Suraci for letting us know. If you have Italian-speaking friends, relatives, or contacts here’s a resource to which you can point them.
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Here. This month features an essay by our own pastor Danny Hyde.
Thanks to Wes White for keeping us abreast of the Classic Reformed Theology available via Google Books. If the name Bernard DeMoor or the Leiden Synopsismeans anything to you then you’ll understand. Wes Bredenhof: Ways to Help Your Children Leave the Church. . . . Continue reading →
Two excellent and stimulating interviews. First, of the last three episodes of the White Horse Inn, their analysis of the survey of the responses by 90+ attendees to a Christian rally in St Louis was most enlightening. 67% of the respondents disagreed . . . Continue reading →
The audio from the Central Valley Conference on Reformed Theology at Zion Reformed Church in Ripon, California is online now (below). Thanks to Pastors Kevin Efflandt and Angelo Contreras and to everyone at Zion for their hard work in preparing for the . . . Continue reading →
Before the modern Word-Faith (“name it and claim it” or “health and wealth”) preachers there was a huckster named Johann Tetzel (1465–1519). He is famous for his marketing of the medieval practice of selling indulgences with the jingle, “When the coin in . . . Continue reading →
The Reformation was, at its core, the recovery of the biblical doctrine that Scripture is the only final authority (sola Scriptura) for the Christian faith and the Christian life, that salvation is by divine favor alone (sola gratia), through faith alone (sola . . . Continue reading →
With the RenewalCast On A Reformation Basic: Distinguishing Law and Gospel Continue reading →
RHB is selling D. G. Hart, Still Protesting for $5.00 until Monday. That’s a discount of $13.00. See the resources below for a review and an interview with Darryl about this volume. See the resources below for a cornucopia of other resources . . . Continue reading →
This is a fine little volume that makes a good entry point to the Reformation. Bob Godfrey published this several years ago. These chapters are based on his lectures, which he gave for decades as Professor of Church History at Westminster Seminary . . . Continue reading →