BiblicalTraining has just produced an excellent new resource that you might find interesting. It’s a free, 12-hour seminar (audio) from Dr. Timothy George of Beeson Divinty School. The seminar is called The Theology of the Reformers, and should be a great resource for anyone wanting to understand this critical time period, and their own theology, a […]
Charles Spurgeon (19 June 1834 – 31 January 1892) was one of the greatest preachers, so it is only fitting that we read one of his Christmas Sermons entitled The Incarnation and the Birth of Christ. In the sermon, Spurgeon expounds the text of Micah 5.2: “But thou, Beth-lehem Ephratah, though thou be little among […]
Here’s one more Christmas video for you as you get ready for Christmas Eve. Enjoy!
Here are a few links for your weekend reading enjoyment. Have a great Christmas! How Martin Luther Went Viral: “It is a familiar-sounding tale: after decades of simmering discontent a new form of media gives opponents of an authoritarian regime a way to express their views, register their solidarity and co-ordinate their actions. The protesters’ […]
As a pastor, I see lots of people in hospitals, but few have captured me like a woman named Sherry. A couple of months ago, she went in for routine heart work, but everything began to spin out of control. Surgery has four big killers: infection, bleeding, unsafe anesthesia, and the unexpected. Sherry had the […]