The following is my reflection on The Church: The Pillar and Ground of the Truth by Media Gratiae. This isn’t a review, I am biased. Jeff Johnson, the author and host, is the preaching pastor of Grace Bible Church, President of the seminary and a friend. I should also add that I am comically included […]
Chris Johnson The book Finding the Right Hills to Die on by Gavin Ortlund was provided for free by Crossway to GBTS in an exchange for an honest review. God has placed my family and I upon a path featuring an unusual motley of Christian traditions throughout the years. I was raised an Arminian Baptist, […]
by Allen S. Nelson IV William Buell Sprague’s 1832 book* Lectures on Revivals of Religion seeks to both promote the cause of genuine revival in churches and to guard against “a spurious excitement” (p. xiii). When understood rightly, true revival of religion is a great blessing to the church and advances the cause of Christ […]
by Dewey Dovel “What is the greatest need for the church in 2020?” This thought-provoking question will undoubtedly elicit many noble and Biblically accurate responses from the average seminary student. Indeed, presenting such an inquiry before a room full of men training to be pastors, missionaries or teachers within Christian academia would surely generate a […]
by Preston Kelso Guess Who? Who was it that rescued young Moses from the waters of the Nile River? For that matter, who was her father? Who came from “the East” to worship and honor the young King Jesus? Who, hanging next to the crucified Christ, said, “Jesus, remember me when you come into your […]
by Eddie Ragsdale Nestled in a small valley along the Little Red River in the foothills region of the Ozark mountains in Arkansas sits a minuscule municipality named Shirley. This is where I grew up and where my family and I reside today (although, not in the “city” limits). I believe that by anyone’s definition […]
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