Tag Archives: Michael S. Horton

On Preaching the Word

How do we judge effectiveness in preaching of the Word?  In the past, there have times when I stepped down from the pulpit that I say to myself, “I didn’t do a good job.”  When I say this, I usually … Continue reading

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On Covenant Theology

Formerly I held to Dispensationalism, the type out a place like Dallas Theological Seminary (DTS).  In fact, while reading Things To Come by J. Dwight Pentecost, considered by man a classic treatment on the matter, I divorced myself from Dispensationalism, … Continue reading

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On Preaching

“Preaching is not free speech, but holy speech – a message not only about God but from God.” ~Michael S. Horton, The Christian Faith

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Book Review: God of Promise: Introducing Covenant Theology

Paperback: 208 pages Publisher: Baker Books; Reprint edition (April 1, 2009) Language: English ISBN-10: 080107195X WTS Books After reading excerpts of God of Promise by Reformed Theologian Michael S. Horton, I decided to give the volume an entire read, in an effort to get … Continue reading

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