Modern Reformation Classic Articles
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Are You Prepared To Give A Defense?01
The Promise-Driven Life28
Faith in the Real Jesus30
Media Ecology for the Family
"God saves" is the theme of the Bible.
Is it possible Orthodoxy has turned from the sufficiency of Christ to the shadows of the law?
God will sustain us...all the way home.
...the Radicals are the victors.
...it is possible to know the truth: about God, about this world, even about yourself.
A creed or confession is more than a statement of faith...
Our original sin no longer drives us to madness but into the arms of our Savior...
God has not only revealed himself in his word but also in history; not only does he speak to us, but he also acts...
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