J. V. Fesko

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War is a brutal business. Military historian Victor David Hanson describes war as an event that cuts, destroys, and maims flesh. As we observe and read of the horrors of war, we can become numb to the inhumanity and accept the carnage among combatants as a sad but nevertheless grim reality in a sin-fallen world. […]

J. V. Fesko
Friday, April 7th 2023

It was a distinct pleasure to read John Fesko's contribution to a body of new commentaries in Tolle Lege Press's Lectio Continua series. The introduction reminds the reader that "the greatest need of the church today is the recovery of sound biblical preaching that faithfully explains and applies the text, courageously confronts sin, and boldly […]

Ron Gleason
J. V. Fesko
Thursday, August 30th 2012

One of the more common questions I have heard over the years from my Baptist friends is, "How can an infant benefit from baptism?" The common assumption is that an infant has no capacity for faith, and therefore the child has no concept of what is occurring in his or her baptism; hence, baptism cannot […]

J. V. Fesko
Thursday, June 30th 2011

This book was originally written during the late 1980s when the "Lordship Salvation" controversy was brewing. The controversy was no mere kerfuffle, but centered upon the question of whether a professing Christian could live in sinful conduct unabated. Prominent dispensational leaders such as Zane Hodges and Charles Ryrie claimed that a person could be a […]

J. V. Fesko
John MacArthur
Wednesday, January 7th 2009

This volume is a collection of presentations that was delivered at the second general assembly of the World Reformed Fellowship (WRF) in 2006. The WRF is a network for communication and sharing of resources for a number of Reformed denominations, associations, local congregations, institutions, agencies, and individual leaders. According to the editor, this organization "fulfills […]

J. V. Fesko
Samuel T. Logan, Jr.
Wednesday, January 2nd 2008

Marriage is the union between a man and a woman where the two individuals become one flesh, as the Apostle Paul tells us in the fifth chapter of Ephesians. The marital union, however, is a relationship that points to the greater relationship between Christ and the church. Typically, Reformed theologians have described the relationship between […]

J. V. Fesko
Wednesday, May 2nd 2007

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

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