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Between Two Worlds has a link to some excellent thoughts on Jonathan Edwards ( What It Means to Hear and Be Influenced by Jonathan Edwards ).
I am excited about the Literary Study Bible published by Crossway. After spening some time in its pages I can say honestly that it is my favorite study Bible. If you desire a tool that will help you read and understand the Bible then this is it. The copious study notes by Leland and Phil Ryken (...
Phil Johnson offers a good observation on the emergent tendency to avoide statements of faith ( "No Statement of Belief"#links#links ).
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Some thought-provoking observations from J.I. Packer and one of my favorite bloggers ( Calvinists Who Don't Know They Are, 1 ).
“Disregard the study of God, and you sentence yourself to stumble and blunder through life blindfolded, as it were, with no sense of direction and no understanding of what surrounds you. This way you can waste your life and lose your soul.” J.I. Packer from Knowing God
“What matters supremely is not, in the last analysis, the fact that I know God, but the larger fact which underlies it–the fact that he knows me. I am graven on the palms of his hands. I am never out of his mind. "All my knowledge of him depends on his sustained initiative in knowing me. I know him...
Al Mohler responded to a letter that appeared in the New York Times in December. The letter, endorsed by some 300 Christian leaders called for understanding between Muslims and Christians based upon their sharing common ground. Baptist Press reported on Mohler's response ( http://www.bpnews.net/...
More good stuff from Thabiti and J.I. Packer ( Calvinists Who Don't Know They Are, 2 ). I love Packer's line, "On our feet we may have arguments about it, but on our knees we are all agreed."
Here is a link to an excellent article by theologian Roger Nicole on how to deal with those with whom we differ ( http://www.founders.org/library/nicole1.html ).