What We Have (and Don’t Have) in Common with Leonardo Da Vinci and His Friends

Saw this on a friend’s Facebook wall post: “Don’t say you don’t have enough time. You have exactly the same number of hours per day that were given to Helen Keller, Pasteur, Michelangelo, Mother Teresa, Leonardo Da Vinci, Thomas Jefferson, and Albert Einstein.” ~ H. Jackson Brown, Jr. This is true, very true. However, I […]

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Forecast and Fulfillment

Meteorologists have a hard time forecasting the weather just days out. However, the Bible makes staggering, even outlandish, detailed forecasts regarding the promised Messiah, Jesus, hundreds, and sometimes thousands of years in advance. If the Old Testament is a forecast of the coming Messiah/Savior/Hero of the church, the New Testament is the fulfillment of that […]

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Preaching as Archaeology

Yesterday I watched a National Geographic documentary on the tombs of Egypt. As archaeologists dug into millennia old burial chambers for relics of that ancient civilization, they used great care as they chiseled, brushed and swept away sandstone debris from their treasures. As I watched, I began thinking of expository preaching. Okay, so I’m a preacher […]

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Who is Christmas For?

I’ve adapted an excerpt that Justin Taylor posted this excerpt from a recent blog post from my friend, Matt Redmond. The question is asked, “Who is Christmas for?”  I love the answer. Jesus came for daughters whose fathers never told them they were beautiful. Christmas is for those who go to “wing night” alone. Christmas […]

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The Worldwide Classroom

If you are looking for outstanding online resources for in-depth personal study in theology, history, apologetics, counseling, etc., search no more. Covenant Theological Seminary is offering over twenty completely free courses on its Worldwide Classroom. Check it out here.   

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