O Come Let Us Adore Him: The Person and Work of Christ

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The diagnosis is not very good: we are ignorant, guilty, and corrupt. As a litany of biblical texts reveals, we find ourselves as fallen sinners ravaged by this threefold consequence of our sins. Our foolish hearts are darkened (Rom 1:21) and our thoughts are continually evil (Gn 6:5). Our minds are clouded by sin and […]

Kim Riddlebarger
Thursday, November 2nd 1995

In southern California, where snow may be seen only on the peaks of the distant San Bernardino mountains, Santa Claus rides a sleigh, his illuminated plastic effigy following Rudoph's red nose across the roof tiles of a Spanish hacienda. Santa may also be found in malls and on public property, where political correctness has banned […]

Edmund P. Clowney
Tuesday, June 26th 2007

"Heaven came down and glory filled my soul." Many of us recall singing that line from the hymn by the same title. But what do we mean by that? Do we mean that we experienced God directly, by the descent of Heaven itself into our heart? Do we really mean that glory filled our soul? […]

Michael S. Horton
Monday, August 13th 2007

This little book has all the makings of a real blockbuster for what the author describes as the "liberated" seminaries and church bureaucracies of the Reformed and Lutheran wings of the Protestant church. It should be read by every member of the clergy and every lay person who has his or her head above the […]

Sheridan B. Manasen
Monday, August 13th 2007

Who is Jesus? Is he divine? Such questions have exercised the minds of thoughtful inquirers for nigh unto two thousand years since Jesus of Nazareth completed his earthly ministry. His disciples, by their own admission, had wrestled with his identity during the years of their training. But after the ascension and Pentecost they never evidenced […]

J. Ligon Duncan III
Monday, August 13th 2007

Is the Christ in which the church has put its faith the same person as the Jesus who really lived? Some theologians of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries have said "No." They claim that the real "Jesus of History" differs greatly from the church's "Christ of Faith." Some make this pronouncement with glee. So much […]

Rick Ritchie
Monday, August 13th 2007

MR: What is the Jesus Seminar?Strimple: The Jesus Seminar has captured the imagination of the public in our day with all the publicity given to it, and the business about the way in which these alleged scholars have voted on the sayings of Jesus recorded in the Gospels. Many have read how they sit there […]

Friday, August 31st 2007

“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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