John Calvin and the Simple Gospel

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  • July 17, 2011

Just read a post on the Sharper Iron website in the Church History section which concluded with the following sentence: “None of these Religious leaders [i.e. Luther, Calvin, and Zwingli] was guided by the Holy Spirit, but instead they were guided by w…

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John Calvin and the Simple Gospel

Just read a post on the Sharper Iron website in the Church History section which concluded with the following sentence: “None of these Religious leaders [i.e. Luther, Calvin, and Zwingli] was guided by the Holy Spirit, but instead they were guided by w…

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Morning and Evening Prayer

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  • January 31, 2011

I’ve recently been reading through the 1559 Edition of the Book of Common Prayer. The Prayer Book has prayers for a variety of situations, even prayers for simple day-to-day matters such as waking up and going to sleep. Although I’m not an advocate of …

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Morning and Evening Prayer

I’ve recently been reading through the 1559 Edition of the Book of Common Prayer. The Prayer Book has prayers for a variety of situations, even prayers for simple day-to-day matters such as waking up and going to sleep. Although I’m not an advocate of …

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Anne Bradstreet on the Parental Implications of the Doctrine of Predestination

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  • October 25, 2010

“All the works and doings of God are wonderful, but none more awful than his great work of election and reprobation; when we consider how many good parents have had bad children, and again how many bad parents have had pious children, it should make us…

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Introduction

St. Augustine ended his great work on the Trinity with a solemn prayer. He prayed, “O Lord, one God, God the Trinity, whatsoever I have said in these books that comes of thy prompting, may they people acknowledge it: for what I have said that comes onl…

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