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Does God Love You? You Own Tangible Evidence.

When was the last time the Bible astonished you? I don’t mean something in the Bible. I mean the Bible itself. Perhaps you’re not entirely sure what I’m talking about. The Bible’s existence? That’s always struck you as a given, not a miracle. I can relate. As a kid, I respected the Bible. I even planned to read it cover to cover one day. But compared to my glossy album of basketball trading cards, it simply lacked luster. I’ll get around to it, I must’ve thought…
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The Enduring Appeal of Antinomianism

The last few years have seen a resurgence of popular-level books dealing with antinomianism, that pernicious crop of tares that seem to spring up wherever Reformed Christianity blooms. In 2013 we saw the release of Mark Jones’s Antinomianism: Reformed Theology’s Unwelcome Guest?. Sinclair Ferguson’s The Whole Christ: Legalism, Antinomianism, and Gospel Assurance—Why the Marrow Controversy Still Matters appeared in 2016. Whitney Gamble’s new book, Christ and the Law: Antinomianism at the…

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How Aristotle’s Way Falls Short

There’s a wisdom much more ancient than Aristotle’s.

Why You Need the Lord’s Supper Frequently

The Lord’s Supper looks forward to the eternal feast where our redemption will be consummated.

The Book I Keep Rereading—Even though It Gets Less Funny Each Time

C.S. Lewis shines the light of Christian reflection on sin and temptation in revealing and disturbing ways.

Atticus Finch: Civil-Rights Hero or Stereotypical Racist?

‘Complex’ is the best word for the history of civil rights in the South.