Blog Posts by Jeremy Walker

Andrew Fuller (1754-1815)

Article by   May 2015
Two hundred years ago today, on the morning of Sunday 7th May 1815 dawned, the sixty one year old Andrew Fuller was grieved that he had not the strength to go and worship his God with his people. As his... continue

Painful revisiting

Article by   May 2015
In the light of recent events at the Thrive Conference involving Mr Driscoll, some readers may be interested in this article from a couple of months ago.... continue

"Unio Cum Christo": a new journal

Article by   April 2015
Readers may be interested to hear of a new journal, Unio Cum Christo, an "international journal of Reformed theology and life" (because it's important not to undersell yourself). With quite an array of editors, boarders, and contributors, it looks like... continue

Promoting Perkins

Article by   April 2015
I am delighted to get my hands on the first volume of a projected ten-volume set, The Works of William Perkins. Perkins was one of those phenomenal proto-Puritans, in this instance a man often called "the father of Puritanism." While... continue

Something positive

Article by   March 2015
Jeremiah Burroughs, in the book Gospel Conversation, tells us that "the gospel of Christ in general is this":It is the good tidings that God has revealed concerning Christ.... More largely it is this: As all mankind was lost in Adam... continue

Making it clearer

Article by   March 2015
Bruce Baugus has responded carefully to what I had written in reaction to the proposed series on the twentieth anniversary of the founding of Evangelicals and Catholics Together (ECT). I thought it might be helpful to expand my initial response,... continue

Missing the point

Article by   March 2015
I confess to having no clue that Vicar Gatiss was setting out to lampoon my post on Wesley, although I did find the mockery of style confusing. I fear he rather missed the point of my post as much as... continue

Registering a protest

Article by   March 2015
For what it is worth, and taking account of the fact that the series has yet to run its course, I would like publicly to distance myself from the stance that has been taken in the recent articles on Evangelicals... continue

That reminds me ...

Article by   February 2015
Ah, yes - the answer! Who said this?1. All the blessings which God hath bestowed upon man are of his mere grace, bounty, or favour; his free, undeserved favour; favour altogether undeserved; man having no claim to the least of... continue

Free grace

Article by   February 2015
Preparing to preach tomorrow, I came across these stirring words in a suprising place:1. All the blessings which God hath bestowed upon man are of his mere grace, bounty, or favour; his free, undeserved favour; favour altogether undeserved; man having... continue
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