The only affirmation worth receiving

I was with somebody who once forlornly, maybe wistfully, perhaps covetously, noted that in the room we were in, ‘all these guys seem to know

There is a place for duty; after all, who enjoys wiping bums?

When it comes to serving the Lord, there is a balance to be struck. The twin dangers of dutiful legalism on the one hand and

Seeking God’s power for our good resolutions leads to our glory

Last New Year I was asked to preach at Hanney Chapel. Here is an adapted version of one of the points from that sermon: Seeking

How seriously does God take his holiness and how does this affect the church today?

Yesterday, we continued our series in Numbers. This week we were considering the role of the Levites and specifically the ramifications of God’s holiness for

Purgatory steals Christ’s glory

Mike Reeves explains why purgatory is both unbiblical and steals God’s glory. At stake is no less than the value of the sacrifice of Christ

Why do we call them ‘solas’ when they are clearly not alone?

You may well know that this year will mark the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther nailing the 95 theses to the door of the church

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