There is a lot of good stuff in The Outlook. I am thankful for the Reformed Fellowship, for their courage in standing up for God’s Word as confessed by the Reformed Churches. By contrast, there are popular magazines that seek to serve . . . Continue reading →
These are two distinct interviews done by Nick Batzig at the Twin Lakes Fellowship. The first is with Iain Campbell on the Song of Solomon. The second is with Jon Payne on Reformed worship. Good, edifying, Sabbath listening.
Thanks to Kim Riddlebarger, for the heads up. John Hendryx runs a great website, Monergism.com. He’s a friend of the Heidelblog and has been very helpful about letting readers know what’s happening at the HB. He’s given Monergism.com a makeover. It’s an . . . Continue reading →
Travis Fentiman wrote to let me know about a resource site he has compiled which is built on Spurgeon’s recommended list of commentaries and upon resources such as the Post-Reformation Digital Library (PRDL). It is a gateway to older, online biblical commentaries. . . . Continue reading →
The Presbycast boys talk with pastor Job Dalomba (read more about him here) and seminarian Nate Paschall about the challenges of remaining moderate in an age riven by ideological, cultural, and political extremes. Resources How To Subscribe To Heidelmedia Advice From A . . . Continue reading →
Shane Rosenthal is a former student, an old friend, and was the long-time producer of the White Horse Inn. He has a new podcast and it is outstanding. There are a lot of podcasts from which to choose but you only have . . . Continue reading →