What’s the difference between a Protestant understanding of local church authority and a Roman Catholic one?
For too long, the narrative of American churches has been divide-or-die. So perhaps it’s worth asking the question: have we given proper consideration to divide-and-prosper?
Looking to an 18th-century pastor for wisdom on what to pray for, and how to pray.
With all due regard to churches’ individual circumstances, it’s hard to justify the lack of congregational prayer in many of today’s churches, or the relegation of prayer to an obligatory sidelight.
If you’re a faithful but discouraged pastor, this book is especially for you, because it proves you’re in good company.
What can a non-Presbyterian learn from the Westminster Confession of Faith?
These days, it’s hard to find churches with a strong and public commitment to their confessions of faith. That should change.
This book is an instant classic—historical theology at its best.
Any serious treatment of church offices must interact with this work. And yet, in the end, this book’s flaws render it another theory that has been tested and found wanting.
Sometimes the lessons we need the most are the reminders of glorious truths that you already know (2 Peter 3:1). I am grateful to the Lord for his grace in the lives of men like Edwards, Newton, and Bavinck.
Zack Eswine is not a stranger to sorrow and it shows. The tenderness in his heart has spotted and exposed the tenderness in Spurgeon. May God use this book to help all of us pastor more like Jesus.
Here is a collection of several brief book reviews on the Christian church in China through the centuries.
Timothy Gloege’s history of Moody Bible Institute (MBI) from the 1880s through the 1920s, Guaranteed Pure, makes a signal contribution to the challenge of delineating modern evangelicalism.
Why should pastors today read The Art of Prophesying, a nearly 500-year-old book about preaching?