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John Starke is an editor for The Gospel Coalition and lead pastor of All Souls Church in the Upper West Side of Manhattan. He is the co-editor with Bruce A. Ware of the forthcoming book, One God in Three Person: Upholding the Trinity's Unity of Essence and Distinction of Persons (Crossway Books).
Fred Sanders and Kevin Vanhoozer provide annotated lists of suggested books on the doctrine of God.
Check out these two recent talks from Don Carson on a couple of the most famous parables in the Gospel of Luke.
Anyone who knows only his strength, not his weakness, has never given himself to a task which demands all he can give.
Ryan Kelly describes how the doctrine of desertion helps us make sense of the psalms and our experience of spiritual dryness.
The Christian is only free to love and serve one's neighbor when he is not working to justify himself before God.
We may not jump with glee to share the fate of those "marked for perdition," but we'll want to have them over for supper.
As a pastor, parent, husband, or writer, may my conscience ever be captive to the Word of God.
In situations like this where repentance is much needed, gentleness is much called-for.
Why a Calvin-quoting, Puritan-loving Wesleyan never became a Calvinist.
A hospital in Australia mistakingly aborted the wrong twin in a selective abortion.