Tag Archives: Pilgrim Theology

The Sacraments

“So great is God’s love and care for his people that he not only calls thems into fellowship with his Son by his Word; he assures them of his goodwill, binding himself to them and binding them to himself and … Continue reading

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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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Pilgrim Theology by Michael Horton

While I have read large portions of Horton’s award winning The Christian Faith, I must confess that it remains quite a challenge to read from cover to cover. So I was encouraged to learn of a  rewritten and condensed version of … Continue reading

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