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How The Battle Is Won

After the dreadful fighting of the battle of Second Manassas, an aide observed to Jackson that the Confederates “have won this battle by the hardest kind of fighting.” Jackson, who had worked during the battle like a whirlwind, would not … Continue reading

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Boyd, Oh Boyd

It’s been a while since I’ve picked up the pen, but here’s a brief article in response to Greg Boyd: Boyd says that just because we believe Jesus is Lord of our life doesn’t make him Lord. We don’t make … Continue reading

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Bavinck On The Lord’s Supper As A Means Of Grace

MEMORIAL OR SIGN OF UNION WITH CHRIST? In a moral and rationalistic view of the Lord’s Supper, this meaning does not come into its own. For in the first place, while the Lord’s Supper is also a memorial meal, it … Continue reading

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