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One of the reasons for the wisdom literature in the Old Testament, we are told in Proverbs 1:4, is “to give prudence to the simple, knowledge and discretion to the youth.” The discretion that wisdom bequeaths to those who take up abode with her is not simply a bare knowledge of right and wrong (though […]
This past spring, we watched the coronavirus pandemic hit the world around. At the time of this writing, the globe has seen over 7 million people affected by this pandemic and over 400,000 have died. My own country, India, has crossed the 200,000 mark of cases and over 6,000 people have died. America has almost […]
Parenting Through Puberty
Most of us recall the recent defection of former “Young, Restless, and Reformed” (YRR) author and ex-senior pastor Joshua Harris. A homeschool movement leader’s kid who went on to become a leading figure of the evangelical sexual purity and “courtship” movement with his 1997 monster best-seller I Kissed Dating Goodbye, followed by Boy Meets Girl: […]
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"O God, from my youth thou hast taught me."
"Jesus [prayed]... that we would be sanctified in [the world] by the Word of God."
"How we act is in some way a reflection of what we believe."
"Being modern is really just a new way of being ancient."
You may ask yourself...how did we get here?"
How will his disciples engage him, what will he do with them, and what purpose does it all serve?
Jesus now lives and reigns at the right hand of the Father, still bearing...the marks of his suffering and death.
Jesus...faithfully fulfills his priestly ministry—right up until the moment he becomes the sacrifice.
"The wonder of John's Gospel is that this unknown and inaccessible deity has drawn near in the person and work of Jesus of Nazareth."
"Signs. Authority. Conflict. Each theme gives us an interesting angle to explore our own understanding of Jesus."
"John is so different from the other three gospels.... while the synoptic gospels can be studied together, John demands special attention."
"The prayer of a righteous person has great power as it is working."
"When we fix our eyes on Jesus, we see a variety of emotions that perfectly reflect his Father."
"Narrow reading makes the world itself narrow. Broad reading reminds us that the world is enormous."
"We can rediscover the Holy Spirit as he strides across the pages of the Bible."
"God saves" is the theme of the Bible.
Is it possible Orthodoxy has turned from the sufficiency of Christ to the shadows of the law?
This issue is intended to show us that there is truly nothing new under the sun and that the resources we need for our pilgrimage have already been given to us by Christ himself.
Our prayer with this issue is that you will have a clear-eyed vision of what really happened during the Reformation and what must happen in the years to come if we are to be faithful to the work of our forefathers in the faith.
In this issue of Modern Reformation, we assert that it is possible to know the truth: about God, about this world, even about yourself.
A creed or confession is more than a statement of faith. It goes into greater detail on key Christian doctrines, and it functions as a sort of constitution of the church.
Our original sin no longer drives us to madness but into the arms of our Savior, who invites us to come confidently before his throne, where we can receive mercy for our rebellion and grace to help us in time of need.
God has not only revealed himself in his word but also in history; not only does he speak to us, but he also acts for us in space and time, where we can see his mighty hand.
In Jesus, God has retold all of our stories: Jesus is the second Adam, the true Israel, the faithful Son, and in him our lives find meaning and fulfillment.
Just as Dante’s Inferno has shaped the popular imagination of hell, apart from the limited information available to us in the Bible about eternal suffering, so also popular culture has helped shape our conceptions of heaven.