“And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her Seed; He shall bruise … Continue reading True Gospel in Embryo
“Does Job fear God for nothing?” (Job 1:9) “For whatever things were written before were written for our instruction, that … Continue reading From Job to Jeshurun
Though John Calvin was not an advocate of pure doctrine, he writes some excellent words that elicits the following sentence … Continue reading A Love of Walls
“Mar Johanan, the Nestorian bishop, when solicited by high-churchmen to separate himself from non-prelatical Christians, exclaimed, ‘All who love the … Continue reading Mere Christendom?
“Time has been, when Arianism was more generally predominant throughout the Christian Church, than even Arminianism is at present. The … Continue reading Our Present Sardis
This is not a promotion or an endorsement of Samuel Miller (1769-1850) as a true Christian. These comments by him serve as … Continue reading The Authority of Great Names
“One humanist would eventually overshadow all others in Europe. Erasmus of Rotterdam (1469-1536), a man who embodied all the reforming … Continue reading Unduly Influenced