Excommunication is painful, yet necessary. Henry Jansma shows us what the 39 Articles have to say about it. Read more
Tyndale profoundly impacted both Bible translation and the English language—all because he wanted the Scriptures to be read. Read more
How can we measure spiritual health? One way is by looking at how we love.Read more
For centuries, Reformed Christians have zealously prayed for and served in global mission works. In this series, Joel Beeke tells us why. Read more
As Ryan McGraw reminds us, "studying the divine attributes will always be, and should always be, a humbling affair."Read more
Henry Jansma moves to Article 31, and shows us how Christ's finished work matters for the Lord's Supper. Read more
Forced from his native England, William Tyndale (1494–1536) fled to the continent to continue his translation work. Yet danger that would follow him even there. Read more
In which Patrick Ramsey distinguishes between two loves, shedding light on how God's love relates to our obedience. Read more
Christ meets us in our weakness, graciously growing us by the bread and the cup. Join Joel Beeke as he concludes his survey of Puritan and the Lord's Supper.Read more
How should we think of God as revealed through His names and attributes? To answer, Ryan McGraw refers us to an old friend: The Leiden Synopsis. Read more