Does God “Want” All to Be Saved? Probing into the Will of God | Canon Fodder
“When these three “wills” of God are considered, we can see that God, from one perspective, does not “want” (dispositional will) the wicked to perish. But, from another perspective, God has decreed that some will be saved and some will not (decretive will).”
The Evangelical Theological Society after Obergefell | Denny Burk
“The ETS in recent years has shown little interest in drawing more boundaries or in a strict enforcement of the current boundaries. If that situation holds, shouldn’t we expect more presentations from members affirming gay marriage? I guess we’ll see. In any case, ETS 2015 seems to have been a watershed moment for the marriage issue.”
Credo Magazine » New Issue: The Prince of Puritans – John Owen
“An issue of Credo Magazine that aims to introduce some of Owen’s theology and writings. But as much as we love you reading Credo Magazine, this issue would be a failure if you did not study and read this Prince of Puritans for yourself.”
7 Ways Christian History Benefits You
“Christian history isn’t just meaningful; it’s intensely practical, too. Here are seven ways that studying it benefits us.”
Five Questions about the Pastor’s Piety – Westminster Theological Seminary
Scott Oliphant answers the question: “What are some clear and present dangers to a pastor’s sanctification and wak with God?”
Announcing The Institute for Expository Preaching Events for 2016 by Steven Lawson
“In these truth-starved days, we must be bold in our proclamation of God’s Word. There is a great need for pastors, teachers, and spiritual leaders to be better equipped and energized to preach the Scriptures.”
Setting Our Affections upon Glory: Nine Sermons on the Gospel and the Church by Martyn Lloyd-Jones $2.99.
One Small Candle: The Pilgrims’ First Year in America by Thomas Fleming $2.99.
Preaching Like the Puritans…or Not? – Westminster Theological Seminary
Joel Beeke’s recent address at Westminster Seminary on how we should and shouldn’t preach like the Puritans.