Following Christ through Your University Years (Kruger)

Michael Kruger's new book, Surviving Religion 101, is a book written for Christians going through college. It is no secret that many campuses today in the United States and elsewhere are rather hostile to the claims of Christianity. In fact, it's not uncommon for Christian students to be singled out and ridiculed for their faith… Continue reading Following Christ through Your University Years (Kruger)

J. Gresham Machen: A Biographical Memoir (A Brief Review)

(Today's post is by Elisabeth Bloechl, a friend who is part of the church family I serve as pastor. You can read her blog over at "Who Am I".) This is a time of increasing tension between Christians and secular culture. More and more Christians (and churches) are either paying homage to secular culture or… Continue reading J. Gresham Machen: A Biographical Memoir (A Brief Review)

Refusal to Swerve from the Truth (Huss)

 In the last months of his life, while he was in prison charged with heresy, John Huss faced many false accusations.  Many people thought that he should just recant of these accusations even though they were false - this way he could live on and not die as a martyr.  But Huss was a man… Continue reading Refusal to Swerve from the Truth (Huss)

The Lever of Truth (Warfield)

 Here's a great excerpt from a chapel sermon by B. B. Warfield on Acts 26:18.  It's especially for pastors or those who are studying for the pastorate: Mark, then, first of all, the function which the Ascended Jesus assigns to His witnessing servants. It is summed up in a single term—it is “to open men’s… Continue reading The Lever of Truth (Warfield)

Ask Creation! (Augustine)

 In the opening comments of Augustine's sermon on John 14:6 he noted that some wise philosophers had some sort of knowledge of God.  He said that they saw the Truth from afar, but because of their errors they didn't know how to attain the Truth or come to possess it.  Augustine based his statements on… Continue reading Ask Creation! (Augustine)