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Why we like John Owen so much, by Prof. Renihan We have said many times that John Owen is our favorite theologian.
The Christology of the Benediction – Part IV by Chuck Rennie All of the Scriptural benedictions which fall into the purview of this discussion have a Christological focus. When the minister uses the Aaronic benediction he is emphasizing that the covenantal blessings which were bestowed upon Abraham, and then upon Isaac, upon Jacob, upon the […]
From Prof. Renihan: Greetings. We are in our final weekend of extension classes held in Mansfield, TX. The Lord’s blessings have been evident. I have been teaching a course that is based on the first part of my first-year pastoral theology class in Escondido.
From Benjamin Keach, Gold Refin’d, or, Baptism in its Primitive Purity (London: 1689), 169. Is it not strange men should say, all children of believers are in covenant, and that there is no falling from a state of grace; but that the New Covenant is so well ordered in all things, and sure, that it […]
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