The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self by Carl Trueman
How has this affected our nation and churches?
Pauline Fathme, Christian Rufo and the Early Missions to the Oromo
Liang Fa – The First Chinese Ordained Pastor
"The doctrines of grace together point to one central truth: salvation is all of grace because it is all of God, it is all for his glory." —James Boice
The Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals delivers the truths of the doctrines of grace to the Church around the globe through in-person training and live-streaming events, broadcasting, and publishing.
Paul often calls for turning from a pagan to a Christian “walk”, a metaphor expecting certain companionship and conduct. Yet we should note he emphasizes the indicative (what Christ has done for and in us) before the imperative (what we ought to do for Christ) in Ephesians 5:8 (in the context of Ephesians 5:7-14): … ye were sometimes darkness, but now are ye light in the Lord: walk as children of light.
When I was in college I took a class on various religious traditions. My class visited a Jewish synagogue and while there the priest said this in response to a question asked of him that I no longer remember, “You Christians claim to have Jesus but we Jews have something better. We have the law.” I’ll never forget that statement. It rings in my ears to this very day. I think of it every time I read Luke 2.