Monthly Archives: January 2012

Our Adorable Conquering Redeemer

Adapted from the Gospel Driven Church website: O GOD OF MY EXODUS, Great was the joy of Israel’s sons when Egypt died upon the shore, Far greater the joy when the Redeemer’s foe lay crushed in the dust. Jesus strides … Continue reading

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Vocational Holiness – A Summary

By: Charmaine Fong Vocation: Some thought-starters Unlike what society believes, work is a good thing God’s calling is more important than our personal choices.  “What on Earth is God Doing?” Our Creator’s work is seen from two perspectives: the creative … Continue reading

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Bullet Points?

From the Reformation 21 blog: A few years ago, I was on a panel discussing the Puritans.  A member of the audience asked if I could provide `a few bullet points’ to summarise Puritan theology.  My mind immediately went to … Continue reading

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The ‘Atheistic’ Character of Christianity

From Alastair’s Adversaria: The target of much atheist protest is the god that secures all meaning and makes sense of the world, the religion that serves as a crutch and underwrites the social order, the faith that inures one to … Continue reading

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The Resolutions of Jonathan Edwards – Final

Numbers 43-70: 43. Resolved, never henceforward, till I die, to act as if I were any way my own, but entirely and altogether God’s, agreeable to what is to be found. 44- Resolved, that no other end but religion, shall … Continue reading

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The Resolutions of Jonathan Edwards – Part 2

Continued from yesterday’s post – Resolutions 22-42: 22. Resolved, to endeavor to obtain for myself as much happiness, in the other world, as I possibly can, with all the power; might, vigor, and vehemence, yea violence, I am capable of, … Continue reading

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