I found that Alec Ryrie, author of Protestants a book I’m reading has a blog. One of the posts deals with preparations for the publication of Protestants for UK, US and Dutch editions. From Ryrie: “In secular old Britain, this is being marketed as a history book; in America, more more as a religious one. …

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Nathan Campbell is a Brisbane based pastor who offers his thoughts on the response to the recent shootings in Paris, emphasising that the Christian’s primary identification is always with Jesus and the cross. I think the central theme that he identifies here should be central to Christians trying to respond to this and other tragic …

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D.G. Hart had this great quote from J.Gresham Machen’s Christianity And Liberalism in a post at his blog. Weary with the conflicts of the world, one goes into the Church to seek refreshment for the soul. And what does one find? Alas, too often, one finds only the turmoil of the world. The preacher comes …

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David Robertson is a pastor of the Free Presbyterian Church in Scotland. In late 2011 he almost died. Here he provides an extended testimony of healing and God’s power and presence. He’s entitled it: The Shelter of the Most High – New Year, Old Hope. I don’t want to excerpt any of it. Read it …

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Tim Challies posted about his appreciation for Sunday evening worship, traditionally the second time Christian churches gathered to worship. Among the other reasons for his support for worshipping twice with God’s people on Sunday was this one: IT IS COUNTERCULTURAL An evening service counters our culture’s obsession with convenience and low commitment in matters of …

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