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Bringing Sons to Gloryedd_has_variable_prices() ? edd_price_range() : edd_price() ?>
Can we pray imprecatory psalms in the New Covenant? Can we really pray as boldly as Jesus told us we can? How can we pray in faith, if some of our prayers go unanswered? In this new E-Book, Peter Leithart pastorally deals with these issues surrounding prayer. He gives encouragement to pray, reasons to pray, […]
A Musical Case for Typological Realismedd_has_variable_prices() ? edd_price_range() : edd_price() ?>
by: Alastair Roberts This series of essays was originally published as “A Musical Case for Typological Realism” on the Theopolis Blog (March 24 to April 14, 2016). Excerpt: ” Far from being mere literary art or mere pedagogical technique, typology constitutes and displays the actual unity and interwoven character of God’s time and the Son who […]
The Liturgy: Services of Matins, Sext, and Vespersedd_has_variable_prices() ? edd_price_range() : edd_price() ?>
This is the liturgy used in our week-long intensive courses. These three books were used in our 2016 Easter and Pentecost and Trinity intensive courses. These books are an ongoing project, and will change over time with upcoming classes. [UPDATE] This download now includes the liturgy book for the 2017 Nevin Lectures.
Metropolitan Manifestoedd_has_variable_prices() ? edd_price_range() : edd_price() ?>
Half the world’s population now lives in cities, and that is where the Church must learn to serve. Rev. Richard Bledsoe has spent his life as a pastor to city leaders in Colorado. Over the years, he has become the unofficial “bishop of his city,” a recognized “adviser to the king.” In Metropolitan Manifesto: On Being […]
Fire of Love: Notes on the Song of Songsedd_has_variable_prices() ? edd_price_range() : edd_price() ?>
Over several years of my service as senior fellow at New St. Andrews College and Pastor of Trinity Reformed Church in Moscow, Idaho, I taught on and off on the Song of Songs, in both church and college settings. I had always found the book’s poetry enchanting, and the more I dug in, the more […]
Psalms: Book 1edd_has_variable_prices() ? edd_price_range() : edd_price() ?>
This is James Jordan’s translation of the first book of Psalms. Included is an introduction which covers the structure of the psalter, the titles of the psalms, as well as translational notes.
By Water with the Word: Baptismal Meditationsedd_has_variable_prices() ? edd_price_range() : edd_price() ?>
During a decade of pastoral ministry at Trinity Reformed Church in Moscow, Idaho, Peter Leithart baptized dozens, mostly infant children of church members. He introduced each baptism with a brief meditation and exhortation that applied some part of the sermon text to baptism and to the person being baptized. Those meditations are all available on his blog, but they have been assembled them here for readers’ convenience, organized canonically from Genesis to the Johannine epistles.
Thoughts on Sovereign Grace and Regenerationedd_has_variable_prices() ? edd_price_range() : edd_price() ?>
James B. Jordan delivers his thoughts on the teaching that true believers are inwardly regenerated in such a way that they can never fall away. He addresses the theological position itself, examines John Murray’s teaching on the subject, and also works through several key biblical passages. Throughout, he gives an alternative position, that salvation is given by God […]
When Church Bells Stopped Ringing: Towards a Public Ecclesiology for the 21st Century American Churchedd_has_variable_prices() ? edd_price_range() : edd_price() ?>
Excerpt: “The impact of the Enlightenment shift would be hard to overstate. This movement inverted the worldview that had gripped the West for the previous millennia and a half. Previously, the church had thought in terms of “Christendom” – a Christian civilization, in which Christ’s preeminence extended beyond the human mind and heart to every […]
From Birmingham with Love: Justification Postcardsedd_has_variable_prices() ? edd_price_range() : edd_price() ?>
In this essay, originally published in “A Faith that is Never Alone,” Rich Lusk offers his views on the righteousness of God, the nature of justification and justifying faith, imputation, and union with Christ. Lusk seeks to account for all that the Bible teaches about justification, instead of filtering out portions of Scripture that do […]