Daily Archives: August 11, 2012

Nevin, the Anomaly

Mathison describes in very clear terms the uniqueness of Nevin in the 19th century ecclesiastical environment: In the midst of a church that had been heavily influenced by the new measures of revivalism of Charles Finney, anti-clerical and primitivist restorationism, democratic … Continue reading

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Sermon: Kingly Wisdom, Part III, Proverbs 6:16-19

People of God, it is truly an unfortunate reality today that the Church has become silent on a host of issues. We have certainly addressed this trend before in my sermon on “Marriage and the Public Gospel,” but it needs … Continue reading

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