The Puritan sermon remains one of the most majestic memorials to an incredible period in church history. Every Puritan sermon stands as a testament to a devotion to Scripture and its logical consequences in daily living. Jonathan Edwards, arguably the greatest American theologian to have lived, has left behind a legacy for posterity. Among this … More An Analysis of a Sermon on the Exaltation of Christ Above All Evils
[Dr. Kenneth Gentry graciously published my article on his site, PostmillennialismToday.com. You can read the full article here.] One of the practical implications of a robustly postmillennial theology is the need to transform our society according to the Word of God. To the great detriment of our nation, the church in America has largely embraced … More Did Paul Try To Transform Society?
One of my favorite books is William Bradford’s Of Plymouth Plantation. This book is the exciting account of the Pilgrims’ journey and settlement in New England nearly four hundred years ago. When the Pilgrims left for the New World, they were forced to part ways with many of their dearest friends. In fact, the Christian … More John Robinson’s Advice to the Pilgrims on Taking Offence