The Reformation was a time when men went blind, staggering drunk because they had discovered, in the dusty basement of late medievalism, a whole cellar full of fifteen-hundred-year-old, two-hundred proof Grace–bottle after bottle of pure distilate of … [Read more...] about The Reformation was when men went blind
Cardinal Muller, responding to some in the RCC (including his own Pope Francis) speaking kindly words about Luther and the Reformation, gives a stinging statement against Luther and Reformed Theology. It's refreshing in its … [Read more...] about Cardinal: Luther’s work was a Revolution, not Reform, the Reformation Rebuked
Have you ever wondered what Jesus would taste like? I would think it would be weird. I’ll be that question has never occurred to you. In John 6, Jesus feeds the 5000, walks on water, and then I hope he took a nap, because that’s a pretty big day … [Read more...] about Reformation 500 Week #4–Sermon Manuscript for October 23rd, The Battle for the Gospel
A Brief and Untechnical Statement of the Reformed Faith B.B. Warfield From Selected Shorter Writings of Benjamin B. Warfield – Volume I, pp. 407-410 John E. Meeter, editor (Nutley, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company, 1970) 1. I … [Read more...] about A Brief and Non-Technical Statement of the Reformed Faith
From the pastor's morning Bible reading... In John 6, Jesus feeds the 5000, walks on water, and then I hope he took a nap, because that's a pretty big day already. But then John shows Jesus teaching on how he is the bread of life. You'd think he'd … [Read more...] about Bible Study Thoughts: What does Jesus taste like? Weird.
People ask me what kind of music I listen to. They assume that because I play piano for Sunday service that I immerse myself in hymns. And I do practice each week to familiarize myself with the service music – be it well-known traditional hymns … [Read more...] about Mike’s Musical Notes – Issue No. 3