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October 8, 2017

Solus Christus

Solus Christus

The Protestant Reformation got recovered the supremacy of Jesus Christ in the gospel and the Christian faith. Recognizing the power of his life and death, Christians look to Jesus for salvation from all that plagues them. Jesus is the only source for salvation and the only subject of true preaching. There is no Christianity where […]

September 6, 2015

Real Disciples

Real Disciples

Jesus addresses those who believed in him, calling them to be his real disciples by continuing in his word. Those who do so receive freedom from their slavery to sin, a place in the family of God, and a real hope that transcends the threat of death.

August 16, 2015

Guilty and Forgiven

Guilty and Forgiven

The story of the woman caught in adultery was probably not originally part of the Fourth Gospel, but analyzing this story can teach us much about the Bible. Knowing the basics of why texts like this may be inauthentic should not cause the Christian to have doubts about the Bible’s trustworthiness. On the contrary, we […]

May 17, 2015

Eternal Life in the Life of God

Eternal Life in the Life of God

John 3:16 must be the most familiar verse in the Bible. It describes God’s love for the world in providing eternal life through his Son. This eternal life is not simply unending life, but the very life of God himself. When we enter into this life, we begin to taste the goodness of God, and […]

January 11, 2015

Decalogue: Ten Words to Direct the Way

Decalogue: Ten Words to Direct the Way

The Ten Commandments have fallen upon hard times, not only in the public sector, but even among professing Christians who often do not know how to apply them. Many cannot even name the Ten Commandments correctly! The only way we can accurately apply the commandments is by first understanding their purpose and the basis upon […]