I recently read an author who spoke of the outright cheapening of marriage through easy, no-fault divorce (he also mentioned … Continue reading Fashionable-Yet-Wicked
“Then Jesus spoke to the crowd and to His disciples, saying, The scribes and the Pharisees have sat down on Moses‘ … Continue reading Arrows of Admonition
The prolific heretic, Richard Baxter correctly observes the pernicious potential of growing too familiar with wicked company: “The like danger … Continue reading Company: Delightful or Disgusting?
More from James Ussher’s A Body Of Divinity: Being the Sum and Substance of the Christian Religion (not a blanket-endorsement … Continue reading Bad Company
From James Ussher’s A Body Of Divinity: Being the Sum and Substance of the Christian Religion (not a blanket-endorsement of … Continue reading Of Chastity and its Branches
Not a blanket-endorsement of R.L. Dabney as a true Christian, but I like these statements he makes about those who … Continue reading Impure Portraiture
Marc D. Carpenter, in a sermon on Romans 9:9-13, says: “So now I ask again: Why do you think God … Continue reading Mystical Mitigation?