Would you buy a study Bible from a former President of the United States? You can now if you want, but I wouldn’t recommend this one. I’d stick with MacArthur or the ESV Study Bible!
Archive for March 20th, 2012
I began my message on Sunday morning talking about the biblical doctrine of total or radical depravity as illustrated in the events surrounding Christ’s crucifixion. Some readers might wonder though if this doctrine is just one invented by Luther or Calvin and then held on to by reformed believers.
Dan has the answer from the Bible!
I have read this book by Lloyd-Jones and was greatly encouraged by it. Have recommended it often and know many who have been blessed by this book. Here’s some good news:
This is a study guide to use as a companion to Spiritual Depression: Its Causes and Cure, by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones. It focuses mainly on helping the reader to recall what he has read, though it also includes some questions regarding implications and applictions. Please note that this is not a physical item available for purchase.
Dr. Russell Moore gets right to the point when he answers this question!
“My wife and I are at an impasse. There’s been no abandonment, no sexual immorality, and no abuse. We just don’t get along. We shouldn’t have married. We should have known we are incompatible. I know God hates divorce but I don’t have any other option. My pastor and some Christian counselors have told me that while God hates divorce, this is the lesser of two evils because God doesn’t want me to be miserable. What do you think?”
Married but Miserable
Read his whole response
“In the city of Edinburgh, Scotland stands the statue of a John Knox. Knox was the key leader of the Scottish Reformation and the founder of Presbyterianism in Scotland. At his graveside, Regent Morton said, “Here lies one who neither flattered nor feared any flesh.” From everything I can learn about Knox, he makes William Wallace look like Chicken Little. He was known as the “Thundering Scot.”
Learn more about Knox from this post by Michael Catt.