Overly wicked and... overly righteous? The Preacher seeks a mean between two extremes, a way to walk in the fear of the sovereign God. Read more
How can God, who is simple (theologically speaking), unchanging and impassible, meaningfully interact with a world that is constantly changing? Patrick Ramsey explains.Read more
History's beginning is recorded in Genesis 1, and its end in Revelation 22. Everything that happens in-between is worthy of study.Read more
Some days are bright and happy, others dark and lonely. Through it all, we take hope in the knowledge of our sovereign God, and praise Him still. Read more
In today's post, Henry Jansma and the 39 Articles lead us from the sacraments generally to that of the Lord's Supper.Read more
Bob McKelvey continues his helpful series introducing and summarizing various themes in Puritan theology with God's works of creation and providence.Read more
God rules the universe, even when we suffer. For some this is a bitter pill to swallow; for Thomas Boston (1676-1732), it was the greatest comfort in the world. Read more
Patrick Ramsey takes up the interesting question of does Jesus repent for us? In what sense can we affirm? In what sense can we not?Read more
Patrick Ramsey writes on how we can imitate Jesus Christ contra the extreme of antinomianism.Read more
This is the final post in a four-part series on the life and relevance of Samuel Rutherford (1600-1661). Read more