Do You Want to Watch the Game?

When I was in seventh grade I did not take my confirmation classes very seriously. I failed my first test, […]
June 29, 2017 by Bob Hiller

Faith Upholds The Whole Law

Our default mode of operation is law. We’re born under the law. Natural born legalists. Moralism pumps through our veins […]

What Sort of Father Do We Have?

A 1517 / Jagged Word Crosspost Imagine with me, if you will, a father having dinner with his children. At […]
April 07, 2017 by Bob Hiller

Philip Melanchthon: The Method of the “Loci Communes” – 1526

by Philip Melanchthon, translated by Scott L. Keith, Ph.D.; edited by Kurt Winrich Philip Melanchthon (1497-1560), was Martin Luther’s colleague and fellow Reformer. […]
November 03, 2016 by Dr. Scott Keith

Philip Melanchthon: The Method of the “Loci Communes” – 1526

by Philip Melanchthon, translated by Scott L. Keith, Ph.D.; edited by Kurt Winrich Philip Melanchthon (1497-1560), was Martin Luther’s colleague and fellow Reformer. […]
November 03, 2016 by Dr. Scott Keith

The Reality of Sin, Death, and Forgiveness

How do you speak to our modern society that no longer has a sense of our guilt and sin? How […]
August 09, 2016 by Larry Hughes

The Reality of Sin, Death, and Forgiveness

How do you speak to our modern society that no longer has a sense of our guilt and sin? How […]
August 09, 2016 by Larry Hughes

Finding God’s Promise in His Law

The Psalmist kicks off the whole book in chapter one by saying, “but his delight is in the law of […]
January 21, 2016 by Craig Donofrio

Finding God’s Promise in His Law

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The Psalmist kicks off the whole book in chapter one by saying, “but his delight is in the law of […]
January 21, 2016 by Craig Donofrio

The Holy Plumb Line

My favorite meal is the English Big Breakfast. It comprises a rashion of back bacon, fried eggs, grilled tomatoes, fried […]
July 29, 2015 by Dr. Jeff Mallinson