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Preserving Grace in the Life of William Wilberforce

Article by   February 2007
  Rarely has one man stood up against so many opponents--or against so great an evil--for so long and with so little encouragement, before finally meeting with such a complete triumph, as William Wilberforce in his long battle against the... continue

The Shadow of the Antichrist: Nietzsche's Critique of Christianity

Article by   November 2006
Cards on the table: Stephen N. Williams is a fellow Welshman whom I have known for over thirty-five years. I am still pondering a question he asked me on a visit he made to my home in 1977 when I... continue

Naustalgia

Article by   October 2006
As a historian who is paid to look at the past, I find myself frequently indulging in rants about how we live in an anti-historical age, where history is not taken seriously. Typically, of course, I am referring to those... continue

Ferret Breeding on Watership Down

Article by   June 2006
Teaching history is probably one of the more depressing activities in which one can engage in the current climate. At an academic level, the discipline has been in self-destruct mode for some time, losing itself in a morass of hyperspecialised... continue

Window on the Past Setting the Stage: A Belief in History Master of Divinity Student, Reformed Theological Seminary, and Assistant to the Editorial Director, reformation21.

Article by   June 2006
It should not escape the attention of the Christian disciple that some of the most profound spiritual mysteries are very often closely tied to time and history. Take the incarnation for example. Arguably the most weighty of spiritual realities, and... continue

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Luther on History and National Identity

Article by   February 2017
I've been preparing a talk on Luther and education for a conference this summer, and so have been reviewing Luther's 1524 "To the Councilmen of All Cities in Germany, That They Establish and Maintain Christian Schools." In examining this work,... continue

5 Reasons to Study Old Testament History

Article by   June 2016
In case you missed it last week, ChristwardCollective.org contributor David Murray gives us 5 Reasons to Study Old Testament History. 5 REASONS TO STUDY OLD TESTAMENT HISTORYby David MurrayShakespeare wrote that each person's history is "a tale told by an idiot,... continue

Ressourcement: retrieving our past for present faithfulness

Article by   January 2016
Ressourcement: retrieving our past for present faithfulness--true history in The Letter to DiognetusImperial Rome, especially in the first two hundred years of its existence, was "obsessed with time" and its place in the flow of history.[1] This obsession with time... continue

"The Excellent Benjamin Keach"

Article by   January 2015
Would you allow me to draw your attention to a book? It is my father's work, and concerns a man that you may not know, a seventeenth century Baptist called Benjamin Keach. Keach was one of the movers and shakers... continue

The History Behind the Quakertown Regional Conference on Reformed Theology

Article by   July 2013
Learn how the Quakertown Regional Conference on Reformed Theology came into existence from Rev. Ron Kohl, pastor of the Grace Bible Fellowship Church of Quakertown and host of the conference. This year's theme is Precious Doctrines and the conference... continue

Review: "Pillars of Grace"

Article by   November 2012
A Long Line of Godly Men (Volume 2, AD100 - 1564): Pillars of GraceSteven J. LawsonReformation Trust, 2011, 543pp., hardback, $28.00ISBN 978-1-56769-211-2Volume One (Foundations) in this series concentrated on the doctrines of sovereign grace as displayed through the entirety of... continue
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