Dave Jenkins

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I’ll never forget the conversation I had with a good friend who had come home from Bible college. During the conversation, he told me that he was having difficulty with Bible contradictions and that these questions shook his faith and confidence in the Scriptures. Growing up in the same church, we had heard the same […]

Dave Jenkins
Wednesday, July 6th 2022

If you were to go up to a handful of people in a coffee shop anywhere around the world, you would undoubtedly get different definitions of the Church from nearly every person you spoke with. You would hear from people about their experiences with the Church, how the Church has hurt them, how it is […]

Dave Jenkins
Monday, May 23rd 2022

Ever since the age of five, I’ve been reading my Bible. I fell in love with theology at the age of thirteen. Reading my Bible and reading good books has been a big part of my journey of growing in God’s grace personally and with God’s people. Reading my Bible and reading good books has […]

Dave Jenkins
Wednesday, July 21st 2021

One of the best reasons for memorizing the Scriptures is so that it fuels biblical meditation. When we memorize a verse of Scripture, we can meditate on it anytime, day or night. Psalm 119:97 says, “Oh, how I love your law! It is my meditation all the day.” In Joshua 1:8, we see the connection […]

Dave Jenkins
Monday, March 15th 2021

Interest in the paranormal consistently increases and continues to spread each year. With it, interest in angels, demons, and Satan has increased dramatically. We live in a time where a few years ago, the word of the year for the Oxford dictionary was “post-truth” used by the dictionary to describe how people had moved past […]

Dave Jenkins
Thursday, December 10th 2020

In the past fifty years, we’ve seen a considerable resurgence of interest in Reformed literature from publishers such as Banner of Truth to more contemporary publishers like Crossway and Reformation Heritage. Part of this surge has been an interest in the work of the English Puritans. In their new book, The American Puritans, Dustin Benge, […]

Dave Jenkins
Tuesday, October 13th 2020

The sufficiency of Scripture means that the Scripture alone is sufficient for life and godliness and for every area of the Christian life (Psalm 19:7-11; 2 Peter 1:3). The Scriptures are a light to the Christian to guide Christians on the path of godliness (Psalm 119:105). Scripture is more reliable than spiritual experiences (2 Peter […]

Dave Jenkins
Thursday, September 3rd 2020

Against the Darkness: The Doctrine of Angels, Satan, and Demons by Graham A. Cole Crossway, 2019 272 pages (hardcover), $40.00 Growing up in Seattle, I often interacted with those who have divergent views regarding angels, demons, and Satan. Typically, the average conversation would run counter to what we as Christians believe about these topics, which […]

Dave Jenkins
Graham A. Cole
Wednesday, July 1st 2020

In these times, many people all around the world are experiencing challenging times, dark times, with the pandemic of 2020. The biblical writers knew times of great isolation, confusion, and loneliness, as the Psalms in particular evidence. Dr. Ligon Duncan’s new book, When Pain Is Real And God Seems Silent: Finding Hope in the Psalms, originated […]

Dave Jenkins
Monday, May 25th 2020

It was a conversation I needed to have with my Pastor when my wife and I lived in Boise, Idaho. At the time, I was leading a men’s small group Bible study and had a challenging man in the group who didn’t care for me, or at least that’s how it seemed to me. Each […]

Dave Jenkins
Wednesday, May 13th 2020

Evangelicals take their name from the koine Greek word euangelion, translated into English as "good news" and also known as "the evangel." It is from the evangel or gospel that evangelicals derive their identity. In the past fifty or so years, cracks have appeared in the definition of what it means to be an evangelical, […]

Dave Jenkins
R. Albert Mohler Jr.
Thursday, August 30th 2012

“Modern Reformation has championed confessional Reformation theology in an anti-confessional and anti-theological age.”

Picture of J. Ligon Duncan, IIIJ. Ligon Duncan, IIISenior Minister, First Presbyterian Church
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