Biblical Counseling and Penance: Insights from Martin Bucer on the True Care of Souls

The Biblical Counseling movement started through Jay Adams' discontentment with the influence of secular psychology on seminary curriculum for pastors. While Biblical Counseling as a movement is relatively young, Christian pastoral care has existed since the days of the early church. In the spirit of historical questions such as "where was justification by faith before... Continue Reading →

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Sermon: Who is Jesus?

Here is a sermon preached at First Baptist Church Dublin on November 11, 2018, on Hebrews 1:1-4 titled "Who is Jesus?". A video of the service can be seen here.

Book Review: Lectures on Calvinism

In 1898, Dutch Reformed theologian Abraham Kuyper delivered the Stone Foundation Lectures at Princeton University. His topic: Calvinism. At the turn of the century, from the European vantage point of the Netherlands, surrounded by Liberalism's positivism entrenched in the churches and universities of Europe, Abraham Kuyper set out to recapture a holistic vision and understanding... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Tying the Knot by Rob Green

  There are few seasons of life quite as unique as engagement--that brief period of time between singleness and marriage where two people prepare to spend the rest of their lives together. Each moment, or even second, brings them closer to the chapel. The couple carries with them the aroma of excitement and anticipation, where... Continue Reading →

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