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Interview with Rod Culbertson on his recent book, “Do I Love God?”

Do I Love God? The Question That Must Be Answered New Title From Rod Culbertson Rod Culbertson is the Associate Professor of Practical Theology and the Dean of Student Development at Reformed Theological Seminary/Charlotte. He is an ordained minister in the … Continue reading

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“Humility” by Andrew Murray (Student notes)

Andrew Murray: Educated in Scotland, he was a staunch advocate of biblical Christianity. Chapter 1 The truly humble person walks with absolute confidence, knowing that we are simply empty vessels through whom God wants to accomplish his work. The mystery … Continue reading

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The Religious Life of Theological Students, by Princeton Professor Dr. B. B. Warfield

A minister must be learned, on pain of being utterly incompetent for his work. But before and above being learned, a minister must be godly. `Vocation’—it is the call of God, addressed to every man, whoever he may be, to … Continue reading

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Francis Schaeffer, True Spirituality (Quotes)

Francis Schaeffer – Quotes from True Spirituality … you are not Christ’s disciple, in the sense of following him, if this is not your way of life: rejected and slain daily!  – 28 Here we are told that Christ really … Continue reading

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The Loveliness of Christ: Extracts from the Letters of Samuel Rutherford

THE LOVELINESS OF CHRIST A contemporary minister said [of Rutherford], “He seemed to be always praying, always visiting the sick, always catechizing, always writing and studying.  He had two quick eyes, and when he walked it was observed that he … Continue reading

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