Why Didn’t God Do Something? (Whyte)

Alexander Whyte (d. 1921) was a well-known Scottish preacher who pastored a congregation in the Free Church of Scotland over 100 years ago. Many were touched by his sermons and his teaching. Whyte also wrote several books, including Lord, Teach Us to Pray. After reading several other authors mention Whyte, I picked up a book… Continue reading Why Didn’t God Do Something? (Whyte)

The Reformed Reader Turns Fifteen: An Anniversary Post

Last week I saw a note here on WordPress that the Reformed Reader blog is fifteen years old this month. Sure enough, looking back, I saw that we started the blog up in September of 2007. In the big picture of the Christian life a blog is pretty insignificant. But still, we're thankful to the… Continue reading The Reformed Reader Turns Fifteen: An Anniversary Post

Our Last Enemy Already Subdued (Duncan)

This is an awesome part of John "Rabbi" Duncan's sermon on Revelation 1:17-18 (When I saw him I fell down at his feet as though I were dead, but he placed his right hand on me and said: “Do not be afraid! I am the first and the last, and the one who lives! I was… Continue reading Our Last Enemy Already Subdued (Duncan)

On This Blog 14 Years Ago…

For various reason I was recently thinking about the first few posts I did on this blog. Andrew and I started "The Reformed Reader" back in September 2007. That makes me feel old! Anyway, here's one of the first posts from the Reformed Reader taken from exactly 14 years ago:----- Peter Eldersveld, a CRC minister… Continue reading On This Blog 14 Years Ago…

Overcoming Evil (Guinness)

(This is a re-post from September 2010. I wanted to put it up here again since I've been listening to The Brothers Karamazov.) Os Guinness: "For Christians who believe that Jesus is kinsman redeemer and Messiah, their faith centers on a scandal that no time can rub smooth and no triumphs ever soften: A tortured… Continue reading Overcoming Evil (Guinness)