This article originally appeared on my blog (Here). “For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many.” (Mark 10:45) Service is not a uniquely Christian concept. The language of service is something engrained throughout society....
The Puritan Board
Puritan Board has been an excellent resource for me over several years and all contributors have my thanks. As recent developments have changed life for so many of us, I find myself with what a little more time around a computer to contribute what little I may have to offer.
I mentioned I was using the World English Bible in the other thread.
I started using it this year because I liked several things about it. In addition to being copyright-free, it seems very literal yet readable, uses modern English, and uses the Robertson-Pierpont Byzantine Text, which I respect. It also translates God's name as "Yahweh", which is a bit...
I have thought for some time of purchasing Vandergroe's "The Christian’s Only Comfort in Life and Death: An Exposition of the Heidelberg Catechism", but I was aware there were other prized commentaries such as Bethune's "Guilt, Grace and Gratitude: Lectures on the Heidelberg Catechism". I am looking for a devotional/ sermon based commentary. How does Vandergroe fit in relation to other...
I will be honest, it feels odd posting a quote from a theologian that is still alive. This may be a first for me on here. That admission would probably be a strange sentiment anywhere else besides the Puritan Board.
THE UNIQUENESS OF THE ANSWER: TO GLORIFY AND FULLY TO ENJOY GOD FOREVER
When a person begins his study of Christianity...
I am looking for a technical commentary on the Psalms 1-50 (especially strong in linguistics, grammar, psalm structure) and trying to decide on the second edition of Craigie in WBC or Allen Ross' volume. Reviews are rather sparse online of each. I have not had Hebrew so I am fairly weak in that area.
For reference, I already have the following:
Wilhelmus a Brakel:
Everyone ought to be on guard so that, consistent with the exhortation of the apostle, everyone may possess his vessel in sanctification and honor (1 Thess 4:4).
- We must know that we have the enemy within ourselves, that we carry the seed of uncleanness within, which will very readily shoot up if we do not carefully watch against this. Happy is he who has a...
For my fellow Patristic readers, Logos is having a super sale—[Price removed for the Lord's Day. I will put it back on Monday.] per volume. There are many noteworthy titles included. Others should chime in with titles they have read, ones they are looking to buy, and why is it worthwhile?
In the meantime, check it out:
[Link removed for the Lord's Day. I will add it back on Monday.]
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