Archive for the ‘The Gospel’ Category

 
 

Stuart Robinson on Genesis 3:15

Stuart Robinson, in his biblical-theological work Discourses of Redemption, focused on the eight-fold interpretation of God’s curse on the serpent, when he wrote:

1. The Redeemer would be a man (i.e. … Read more→

A Thought on the Relevance of the Gospel in a Cultural Context

As I have been reading through D.A. Carson’s new book Christ and Culture Revisited I came across a very helpful definition of “culture” that seems to provide a key to … Read more→

The Least of These My Brethren?

If you took a moment to do a search on the internet for the words “Matthew 25,” among various online Bible references, you would find a litany of different churches, … Read more→

The Leaven of Environmental Pharisaism

Here is an interesting article on environmental concern over against the concern to solve more pressing humanitarian needs. While I am not endorsing everything in this article it is right … Read more→

Warfield on the Lamb of God

Recently I have been working through Warfield’s volume of sermons The Saviour of the World. As I was re-reading several sermons that were recommended to me in seminary, I understood … Read more→

Warfield on the Lamb of God

Recently I have been working through B.B. Warfield’s volume of sermons The Saviour of the World. As I was re-reading several sermons that were recommended to me in seminary, I … Read more→

On Being Positively Negative for the Gospel

Protestant and Reformed Christians in America have a peculiarly difficult task in the present day. While they are not suffering the sever persecution that their brothers and sisters, in nations … Read more→

Never Getting Beyond The GOSPEL

Michael Horton writes on keeping your mind fixed on the Gospel:The gospel is greater than we ever imagined, and the judgment is severe for those who reject the realities it … Read more→