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Richard Sibbes: The Scope of the Whole Scriptures is Christ

Richard Sibbes discussing the Christ-centered focus of all the Scriptures....

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We Receive A Double Grace

In partaking of Christ by grace alone through faith alone, we receive a double grace, namely justification and sanctification. ...

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How can our imperfect works be accepted by God?

Since our best works in this life are all imperfect and defiled with sin how can they be accepted by God?...

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Jerry Bridges: The Greatest Obstacle to the Gospel

Jerry Bridges: The Greatest Obstacle to the Gospel...

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Election is to be understood and recognized in Christ alone

John Calvin: Election is to be understood and recognized in Christ alone...

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James Ussher on the Law and Gospel

James Ussher

In his work, A Body of Divinity, James Ussher sets forth the difference between the law (i.e., covenant of works) and the gospel (i.e., covenant of grace)....

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We Never Move On From The Gospel

In their book, Grounded in the Gospel: Building Believers the Old-Fashioned Way, J.I. Packer and Gary Parrett make the vital observation that in discipleship believers never move on from the gospel but deeper into it....

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Scott Swain on the Errors of Eternal Functional Subordinationism (EFS)

In his book, The Trinity: An Introduction, Scott Swain argues that Eternal Functional Subordinationism (EFS) is a serious error that Christians should roundly reject because it inaccurately represents biblical teaching on the Trinity and therefore fails to provide a solid foundation for faith in the Trinity....

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William Perkins: The Most Significant English Theologian of the Elizabethan Period

William Perkins defined theology as “the science of living blessedly forever.” The phrase captures the intellectual rigor and heartfelt piety that come together in the writings of this eminent English theologian, preacher, and spiritual director. Often overlooked or underestimated by modern scholars, Perkins was a very significant and influential scholastic theologian ...

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Zacharias Ursinus on the Differences Between the Law and Gospel

Zacharias Ursinus

In his commentary on the Heidelberg Catechism, Zacharias Ursinus discusses four differences between the law and gospel....

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