A steady feed of all things 1689, courtesy of our ever-diligent Bapti-bots.
I've transcribed a sermon by J. Newton Brown, given before the Virginia Baptist Education Society in 1847, The Object and Importance of Ministerial Education. It is available as a textual PDF file on archive.org.
Chapter 4, Paragraph 2.
“….having the law of God written in their hearts, and power to fulfill it;…”
Happily in Eden lived Adam and Eve. Have you ever wondered why they were able to live that way? “God made man upright…” (Ecclesiastes 7:29) In other words, what does it mean to be holy and happy? What does it mean for Adam and Eve to be [...]
This video is presented at the Reformed Baptist Seminary website. Here is the description:
For many St. Patrick's Day or the Feast of Saint Patrick is mainly about food and alcohol consumption. One would think Ireland's patron saint was a monk who partied a lot and got drunk. But behind the legend and myth, there's a real Patrick who was “intoxicated” with a life of serving God and spreading the gospel. If you'd [...]
Listen live to the “Aggressive Power of the Christian Church” evangelism conference!
The conference starts tonight at 6:30 EST. You can find more details, as well as a schedule here:
Live video here (poor quality, low bandwidth):
Live audio here:
from Iron Sharpens Iron Radio with Chris Arnzen
Dr. Michael Haykin
Professor of Church History & Biblical Spirituality
& Director of The Andrew Fuller Center for
Baptist Studies at The Southern Baptist Theological
Seminary, Louisville, KY, who will address:
“PATRICK of IRELAND:
His Life & Impact”