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Hell On the Cross

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When we are meditating upon the agonies of Christ upon the cross it may be helpful to revisit the narratives of judgment upon Israel that are found in the Old Testament. One of the things we say (quite rightly) is that Jesus suffered the punishment our sins deserved – but what exactly was that? Ezekiel 22 may be helpful here. God lists all the sins and iniquities of the covenant people: Shedding of blood Disrespect for parents Mistreatment of immigrants Disregard for worship Slander and character…
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Surprised By Paradox
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The longer I remain a Christian, the more assurance I find in the mysteries of the faith. When I consider the seeming contradictions within the Incarnation, the Kingdom, Grace, and Lament, they’re almost conspiratorial. They whisper about a reality broader and brighter than either/or; the paradoxes hold out the
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Why We Do It: The Convictions of a Pregnancy Care Centre

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The work of a Pregnancy Care Centre is neither easy nor popular. The women with unexpected pregnancies who seek our assistance often face immense emotional, financial, social, and spiritual pressures to choose abortion. Supporting them and enabling them to face these pressures requires a tremendous investment of time and energy and emotion from highly dedicated staff and a large network of volunteers and supporters. Society at large does not generally…

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Surprised By Paradox
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The longer I remain a Christian, the more assurance I find in the mysteries of the faith. When I consider the seeming contradictions within the Incarnation, the Kingdom, Grace, and Lament, they’re almost conspiratorial. They whisper about a reality broader and brighter than either/or; the paradoxes hold out the promise of both/and. In her new book, Surprised by Paradox, Jen Pollock Michel invites readers to puzzle over the paradoxes of Christianity, and wonder at the mysteries: The saviour who is God and man. The kingdom that is here and is coming. The gift of grace and the work that…
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What Role Does Natural Theology Have in Reformed Thinking?
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Should Reformed Christians engage in natural theology? Or ought we to follow Karl Barth’s famous “nein” to natural theology and instead claim with Barth that all theology starts with Christ? The classical Reformed answer, according to J. V. Fesko, is to answer no to Barth and yes to natural theology. He has a
A First Look at the ESV Expository Commentary
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In 2018, Crossway released the first three volumes of their Expository Commentary with the goal of creating a resource that is “widely accessible, theologically sound, and pastorally wise.” Lofty goals and high expectations are nothing new for Crossway. In recent years they have steadily produced resources that are beautifully designed,

Surprised By Paradox

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The longer I remain a Christian, the more assurance I find in the mysteries of the faith. When I

Building Spiritual Habits for the Sake of Love

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After practicing the habits of The Common Rule for over a year, I can confidently report that I am

What Role Does Natural Theology Have in Reformed Thinking?

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Should Reformed Christians engage in natural theology? Or ought we to follow Karl Barth’s famous “nein” to natural theology

A First Look at the ESV Expository Commentary

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In 2018, Crossway released the first three volumes of their Expository Commentary with the goal of creating a resource
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