Category Archives: Classics

J.C. Ryle On The Power Of The Bible

In this excerpt from, How Readest Thou? (Moscow ID: Charles Nolan Publishers, 2001), J. C. Ryle (1816–1900) recalls the world-altering transformation accomplished by men of God armed only with Scripture, good theology, and Spirit-filled preaching. Many centuries have now passed … Continue reading

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Go, Tell It On The Mountain That Jesus Christ Is Born

John Wesley Work, Jr. Born: Au­gust 6, 1872, Nash­ville, Ten­nes­see.Died: Sep­tem­ber 7, 1925, Nash­ville, Ten­nes­see. Son of a church choir director, Work grad­u­at­ed from Fisk Un­i­ver­si­ty (AB 1895, MA 1898). He taught La­tin and Greek at Fisk, be­com­ing chair­man of … Continue reading

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Preachers Pelted with Dirt, a Cat and a Dead Dog

taken from Lex Loizides’ Blog William Seward William Seward was a wealthy supporter of the work that George Whitefield and Howell Harris were doing. He also helped John Wesley with generous funding for the meeting place in Bristol, even though … Continue reading

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Packer on the Christmas Spirit

From our friends at Reformed-Renegade As we begin the Christmas season we would do well to remember the following from J.I. Packer’s Knowing God:…The Christmas spirit itself ought to be the mark of every Christian all the year round. It … Continue reading

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The Old Cross And The New

A. W. Tozer/Essay ALL UNANNOUNCED AND MOSTLY UNDETECTED there has come in modern times a new cross into popular evangelical circles. It is like the old cross, but different: the likenesses are superficial; the differences, fundamental. From this new cross … Continue reading

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