Blog Posts by Robert Brady

"Seeing Jesus Again" by Philip Ryken

Article by   April 2010
"Seeing Jesus Again" by Philip Ryken of Every Last Word is available as a free MP3 at reformedresources.org/audio/seeing-jesus-again-mp3/ Have you experienced a time when you felt like God wasn't present? Or been anxious that he might not get you through... continue

A Time for Tears

Article by   April 2010
From "The Christ of the Empty Tomb," Dr. Boice speaks of Mary's encounter with the risen Christ:   "In the third chapter of Ecclesiastes there are words of great wisdom: "There is a time for everything, and a season for... continue

The resurrection is not philosophy... so truth lives.

Article by   March 2010
Dr. James Boice remains the Bible teacher on The Bible Study Hour and founded the Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology. Later in "The Christ of the Empty Tomb," Dr. Boice speaking of the first century Christians writes:   "Why should... continue

"I know that my Redeemer lives" - Job

Article by   March 2010
James Boice was mentor to Philip Ryken and Richard Phillips, both reformation21 bloggers. Continuing in his book, "The Christ of the Empty Tomb," Dr. Boice writes of Job's statement "I know that my Redeemer lives":   "If Job, who lived at... continue

The Christ of the Empty Tomb by James Boice

Article by   March 2010
As it is Easter week, thought exerts from Dr. James Boice's book, "The Christ of the Empty Tomb" would be encouraging. So to start, from the preface:   "I have been struck again with two things.   First, the resurrection... continue

Last chance for These Last Days in Sacramento

Article by   February 2010
Don't miss your chance to pre-register for the Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology in Sacramento, CA with Joel Beeke, D.A. Carson, Philip Ryken, and Cornel Venema. These Last Days: A Christian View of History will close advanced registration on Sunday. Register... continue

Alexander McLeod's 1802 work, "Negro Slavery Unjustifiable: A Discourse"

Article by   February 2010
In honor of it's bicentennial, Reformed Presbyeterian Theological Seminary (RPTS.edu in Pittsburgh PA) is releasing digital copies from it's rare books room free to the public. This month, in conjunction with Black History month, RPTS is featuring Alexander McLeod's 1802... continue
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