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Tag Archives: John Calvin
The influence of Christian virtue on verbal etiquette has delivered us from the violent vituperations of yesteryear.
Church planting and missions isn't a byproduct of the young Reformed resurgence of the last decade but something embedded in the Reformation's God-centered commitment to advancing the gospel.
For much of his life, John Calvin had two close friends -- Farel and Viret. Farel was very hot-headed and out-spoken, while Viret was of very mild temperament, an instinctive peace-keeper. Farel often came to Geneva and stayed at Calvin's home, where, sometimes with Viret, the friends would have long talks about theology and current […]
Speaking of conferences, the Desiring God 2009 National Conference begins today. The good folks at DG have created a Website for the conference including a live blog (and Twitter stream) that will keep those of us that can't attend updated on the event. Here's the welcome post from Eric Johnson: Welcome to the Desiring God […]