Daily Archives: 1 Nov 2019

Airport Breakfast

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Signs of the Evangelical Times

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The Anniversary of the Reformatory Speech of Nicholas Cop (Written by John Calvin)

The new rector of the university [of Paris] was Nicholas Cop, the son of a distinguished physician, and a warm friend of Calvin. All Saints’ Day brought with it the duty of delivering the annual oration, and a month after … Continue reading

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Halloween Christianity: An Observation

The real celebration of Halloween takes place on Sunday mornings when ‘Christians’ put on the mask of the world and live in the world and as the world by ignoring God, worship, fellowship, and discipleship.  Halloween, accordingly, is a weekly … Continue reading

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Congratulations to our Ordinands

Several of my former students at Ming Hua were ordained to the Diaconate or the Priesthood tonight. Congratulations to them all. May they have long and fruitful ministries.

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The Celebration of All Saints Day (and Other Holidays) in Zwingli’s Zurich

The Church services were held on Sundays from seven to eight o’clock in the morning and between three and four in the afternoon. In the Great Minster there was a service for children and servants from eleven to twelve o’clock. … Continue reading

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It’s Available Today

It’s Don McKim’s new book and it’s titled ‘Everyday Prayer with John Calvin‘.  And it’s now available. Drawing from the Institutes and Calvin’s Old and New Testament commentaries, Donald K. McKim comments on Calvin’s biblical insights on prayer and intersperses … Continue reading

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The Logos Free Book for November

This is a good one:

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Stellar Students in a Stellar Seminar

I had a wonderful week with these wonderful students.

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