Here’s an essay by R. V. G. Tasker on a topic often mentioned but rarely elaborated upon. Understanding God’s holy anger is crucial to an overall picture of his nature, work, and plan in Christ.
I wish none of this had to be said, and perhaps you have already hear it—but I can confirm all of it. “If the cream of the teenage moral crop is susceptible to it, then everyone is… I cannot emphasize enough how insidious SnapChat is and how important it is to eliminate your child’s access to it.” On that note, here’s a good deal on a well-regarded book related to this issue.
As important as the Nicene creed is to Reformed Christians, as to other branches of the faith, an Italian Evangelical pastor, Leonardo De Chirico, cautions us not to be naive about the extent of unity offered by so-called “mere Christianity.”
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