On uttering this, Cranmer was pulled down from the stage and led to the fire. Having put off his outer garments, he stood there in a shirt which hung down to his feet. His beard was long and thick, and covered his bosom. Then was an iron chain tied about him, and the fire set […]Read More The blood of the Godly Reformers fertilized the Word of God in Europe
This was the period of greatest revival throughout the whole nation that Scotland has ever experienced. It went deeper, further and lasted longer than any other. Let’s learn the lessons we can apply today as we see what God did in great power in the past. This is Part 2 in the series of […]Read More Scotland’s Forgotten Revival
by News Division · March 28, 2018 Smoke machines. Laser shows. Strobe lights. Confetti canons. Easter egg helicopter drops. Welcome to church in evangelical America. Long gone are the days of hymnbooks stacked in wooden pews, a single pianist or pipe organ, and the blinds pulled open on Lord’s Day morning. Did the people back […]Read More What is the Regulative Principle of Worship?
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March 23, 2018 | Patrick Schreiner Share Arts & Culture © 2018 CTMG As someone who studies and teaches the Bible for a living, I have never quite figured out what to expect from biblical movies. Some are faithful but abysmally made. Others are less faithful but artistically effective. Filmmakers who adapt biblical material must […]Read More ‘Paul, Apostle of Christ’ Is Compelling but Flawed
March 25: Van Horn on WSC Q. 60 25 March, 2018 in March 2018 by archivist | No comments STUDIES IN THE WESTMINSTER SHORTER CATECHISM by Rev. Leonard T. Van Horn Q. 60. How is the Sabbath to be sanctified? A. The Sabbath is to be sanctified by a holy resting all that day, even from […]Read More Q. 60. How is the Sabbath to be sanctified?
Author: Ed Welch Date: July 18, 2013 Category: Blog Posts Topics: Faith I asked a new friend how he came to know Jesus—always a great story. He had been a searcher from his early teens and investigated the religions of his best friends. After hearing an apologist for one faith, my friend was stunned by […]Read More Faith by Dr ED Welch
17 March, 2018 in March 2018 by archivist | No comments Continuing our brief series on the “TR” controversy in the 1970s, this was the second article published on the pages of The Presbyterian Journal. THE PRESBYTERIAN JOURNAL, 35.46 (16 MARCH 1977): 7. If you want your people genuinely Reformed, deal gently and in the […]Read More March 17: How To Reform the Church
11 March, 2018 in March 2018 by archivist | No comments STUDIES IN THE WESTMINSTER SHORTER CATECHISM by Rev. Leonard T. Van Horn Q. 57. — Which is the fourth commandment? A. — The fourth commandment is, Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy. Six days shalt thou labour, and do all thy work: but […]Read More March 11: Van Horn on WSC Q’s 57-58–STUDIES IN THE WESTMINSTER SHORTER CATECHISM
21 March, 2017 in March 2017 by archivist | 1 comment Today, through an address delivered by Dr. Alexander Whyte in 1902, we will examine closer a pivotal moment in the life of the great Scottish pastor Thomas Boston, and by his actions, a moment of immense importance that has rippled down through the centuries. […]Read More March 21: The “Marrow Men”