New Creeds/Confessions Booklet

 Last year, a few friends and I edited a booklet of the Reformed Creeds and Confessions called Christian Truths Summarized.  It contains the Apostles' Creed, the Nicene Creed, the Athanasian Creed, the Belgic Confession, the Heidelberg Catechism, and the Canons of Dort. This booklet is around 100 pages long.  Along with the above documents, it contains an introduction to… Continue reading New Creeds/Confessions Booklet

Didymus the Blind (d. 398 AD)

 Among the great church fathers stands Didymus, who was born in Alexandria around 313 AD.  When he was just four years old he lost his sight.  Although his eyes didn't work, his mind sure did: he taught himself to read by way of feeling carved letters.  He also had a photographic memory and was brilliant… Continue reading Didymus the Blind (d. 398 AD)

From Nicaea to Chalcedon by Frances Young

  I'm thoroughly impressed with this excellent scholarly work on early church history: From Nicaea to Chalcedon (second edition) by Frances M. Young.  I don't have time to explain the entire thing here, but I do want to recommend it for those of you who need a comprehensive resource for studies of the Nicene and Chalcedonian eras… Continue reading From Nicaea to Chalcedon by Frances Young