Monthly Archives: April 2014

John Broadus on the advantage of theological conflicts

Theological discords and conflicts, with all their evils, have this advantage, that they  compel the most trusting and the most slothful of us to feel the necessity of thinking for ourselves. John Broadus, A Treatise on the Preparation and Delivery … Continue reading

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John Stott on “the first and most basic conviction which underlies all authentic evangelism”

Commenting on Romans 1:1-6 and the phrase “the gospel of God.” The Christian good news is “the gospel of God.” The apostles did not invent it; it was revealed and entrusted to them by God. This is still the first … Continue reading

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