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02/15/2019
Hugh Miller and the Mystery of his Death
by Simonetta CarrOn December 30, 1856, thousands of people followed Hugh Miller’s coffin to the Grange cemetery in Edinburgh, Scotland. He was dearly loved and respected, particularly for his thought-provoking writings on a wide variety of subjects. As an editor of Miller’s memoirs aptly said, “In c
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02/13/2019
Remembering R. C. Sproul
by Jeffrey StivasonIn 1996 I attended a reformed conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. That year was my first as a seminarian and my second as a Calvinist. If I remember correctly it was the first reformed conference I’d ever attended. Although it has been over twenty years ago, I still remember t
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02/13/2019
Union with Christ: A Brief Introduction
by John HartleyJohn Owen (1616-1683) said, “That there is such a union between Christ and believers is the faith of the catholic church and has been so in all ages.”Not only does Owen’s comment dissuade us from regarding this doctrine to be negligible and of optional interest, his comment challenges
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02/12/2019
The Theological Logic of Worship
by Mark JohnstonThere once was a time – within living memory for many of us – when you could go to a place of worship and have a reasonable sense of what to expect during a service and not be taken aback by something that seemed out of place. Those days are rapidly disappearing and it is increasingl
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