Historically speaking, for Reformed Christians right worship of the right God has been our passion. Is it yours? Danny Hyde explains from the writings of John Owen.Read more
Henry Jansma continues his series on the Anglican ministers ejected from their pulpits in 1662 with Thomas Watson.Read more
Enter to win Meet the Puritans' first piece of "swag"—a John Owen T-shirt...Read more
"Reprobation;" it's a word that conjures the worst feelings. In his fourth and final installment on John Knox's doctrine of predestination, Donald John Maclean explains Knox's view...Read more
Ryan McGraw introduces us to a fascinating translation project of Bernardinus de Moor's massive Commentary on Christian Theology...Read more
Patrick Ramsey concludes his series on theological controversy, using the 1690s Union of Congregational and Presbyterian churches as his test case. This time he looks at the necessity of union based on confessions of faith, not para-church type agreement.Read more
Henry Jansma continues his examination of Thomas Watson's farewell sermon, examining his prayer for the King. What does this teach us today about praying for the very leaders who do us harm?...Read more
Announcing a 3-book bundle giveaway.Read more
Announcing the winner of our giveaway of The Valley of Vision.Read more
In part 3 of his series on John Knox and predestination, Donald John Maclean explains Knox's view of the "positive" side of predestination: election...Read more