A protestor, a reformer, a revolutionary, a hothead – and so much more.
I have been thinking a lot about prayer lately. Last week I wrote about the difficulty of unanswered prayers, and how they become for our good in many ways. Today I turn to the simple concept of prayer itself, and making adequate time for it in our lives. “I have so much to do that… Continue reading Prayer Necessities
I frankly confess that, for myself, even if it could be, I should not want “free-will” to be given me, nor anything to be left in my own hands to enable me to endeavour after salvation; not merely because in face of so many dangers, and adversities and assaults of devils, I could not stand… Continue reading Comfortable Certainties
I’ve been anticipating this book for nearly four months now. After reading Dane Ortlund’s splendid volume on Jonathan Edwards, I knew this series’ volume on Luther by the always enjoyable Carl Trueman would certainly not disappoint. A Reformed reader reading a book on Luther is kind of like a basketball fan watching a documentary on… Continue reading Book Review: Luther on the Christian Life: Cross and Freedom (Carl R. Trueman)