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    The Lay Counselor’s Manual

    by Luke Bush When people think of Biblical Counseling, the default person to think of is the pastor. That is one of his primary duties as a shepherd after all. What many people don’t realize is that we are all called to this ministry (1 Thess. 5:11; Heb. 10:24). We as Christians give counsel every […]

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    The Baptist Confession on Human Freedom

    by Robert Gonzales Jr. The doctrine of the human will is one of the most important and most debated doctrines in church history. Augustine debated Pelagius over this doctrine. Luther debated Erasmus. Calvinists debated Arminians. According to Greg Nichols, “Freewill is the pivot of all anthropology. Error at this point is fatal.”[1] And not only […]

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    Boyce and Broadus on Salvation and Regeneration

    The following questions on regeneration and salvation come from James Boyce’s A Brief Catechism of Bible Doctrine (1878) and John Broadus’s A Catechism of Bible Teaching (1892). These would be handy tools for teaching your children about the new birth. And in reality, when we teach our children like this, it helps solidify these truths […]

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    Key Themes in the Preaching of George Whitefield

    By: Allen S. Nelson IV During the Eighteenth Century, Great Britain and her American colonies were sovereignly blessed by the life and ministry of the Calvinist Methodist preacher, George Whitefield.  All orthodox Christians, regardless of their denominational affiliations, would do well to study Whitefield’s life to see his love for Christ and His gospel, his […]

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    God’s Glory in Calamity

    Today’s post is from Matthew Henry’s commentary on the whole Bible. He offers helpful words on the incident with the blind man in John 9:1-3 and how we should think about providence and calamity. His words are below: “Christ…gives the reason of this poor man’s blindness: “Neither has this man sinned nor his parents, but […]

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    A Prayer for one desiring and seeking after the New-Birth

    George Whitefield Here is a primary resource from George Whitefield that some of our students were assigned to read during the Spring 2020 Semester BLESSED JESUS, thou hast told us in thy gospel, that unless a man be born again of the Spirit, and his righteousness exceed the outward righteousness of the scribes and pharisees, […]

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