Gospel-Centered Resources from Midwestern Seminary
Benjamin Hawkins, Ph.D., a Regular Contributor to For The Church, serves as the associate editor of the Missouri Baptist Convention’s official news journal, The Pathway (www.mbcpathway.com). Follow him on Twitter at @bchawk83.
Those who want to find the true Jesus through relics will come up shorthanded.
Frith's call for Christian love doesn’t mean that he saw doctrinal debates about the Lord’s Supper as unimportant.
The Reformation was costly for many. For John Frith, a committment to one Reformation doctrine cost him everything.
Since God became a man who lived in a particular time and place, we can be more confident that He cares about the particulars of our time.
I’m awestruck by a metaphor used by 17th-century pastor and poet George Herbert to describe prayer: “reversed thunder.”
Christ is particularly called the wisdom of God because he took the form of a servant and was made in human likeness.