Archive for April, 2011

An Elect Remnant (Jesse Pickett)

 “As Isaiah predicted ‘unless the Lord of Hosts had left to us a very small remnant, we would have been like Sodom, and would have become like Gomorrah’.” – Rom. 9:29 Set in the context of Paul’s great exposition of the doctrine of election, and in the larger context of Paul’s theological treatise on the […]

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Love the Church Because it is a Foretaste of the Age to Come

If Christ is King, he must have a kingdom. As King of kings and Lord of lords Rev. 11:15 pronounces that “The kingdom of the world has become the kingdom of our Lord and of his Christ, and he shall reign forever and ever.” It is God’s purpose that every knee will bow and every […]

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Rest and Re-Creation

By naming his son Noah, Lamech was looking forward to one who would bring rest from the curse. Noah’s name sounds like rest. The question naturally arises as to why Lamech would do this? He was right to do this, for the Lord himself had promised to send a deliverer (Gen. 3:15). Even Eve was […]

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Episode #4: How a Monk and a Mallet Changed the World

The Protestant Reformation happened nearly 500 years ago. Why did it happen and does it remain relevant for Christians today? On episode #4 we seek to set the Reformation in its historical context and examine what was at stake. Listen now or right click and save to download: 

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