Thursday, June 11, 2009

This Week in Blogdom - June 11, 2009

Excellent posts from around blogdom this week:

R.C. Sproul on grace, "What Reformed theology teaches is that it is true the believer makes the right response and the non-believer makes the wrong response. But the reason the believer makes the good response is because God in His sovereign election changes the disposition of the heart of the elect to effect a good response. I can take no credit for the response that I made for Christ."

Dr. Albert Mohler discusses Moral Reasoning in Light of Wichita.

Are you a disciplined reader?

The Thirsty Theologian writes about The Heart of True Calvinism.

What did early church meetings look like? Click here to read what Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones had to say about this. This sounds quite different from what we see in most evangelical churches today.

Take a look at 10 Reminders about Gospel faithfulness.

Could this be coming to your church?


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