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July 2009

The Rule of Love

The Christ the Center panel had the pleasure of revisiting Rev. Dr. John Fesko, now the academic dean and associate professor of systematic theology at

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Top Episodes from 2008

We dug out some of our “greatest hits” from the archives. These are the top episodes published in 2008. A Brief History of Trinitarian Thought

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Implementing Family Worship

In his article Implementing Family Worship Joel Beeke offers a veritable soup-to-nuts approach to family worship. He offers several suggestions to help you establish God-honoring

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Thomas Aquinas

Christ the Center discusses some aspects of the life and thought of Medieval theologian Thomas Aquinas. Specifically Thomas’ doctrine of God and the nature/grace distinction

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The Rule of Love

The Christ the Center panel had the pleasure of revisiting Rev. Dr. John Fesko, now the academic dean and associate professor of systematic theology at

Read More »

Top Episodes from 2008

We dug out some of our “greatest hits” from the archives. These are the top episodes published in 2008. A Brief History of Trinitarian Thought

Read More »

Implementing Family Worship

In his article Implementing Family Worship Joel Beeke offers a veritable soup-to-nuts approach to family worship. He offers several suggestions to help you establish God-honoring

Read More »

Thomas Aquinas

Christ the Center discusses some aspects of the life and thought of Medieval theologian Thomas Aquinas. Specifically Thomas’ doctrine of God and the nature/grace distinction

Read More »

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Simply Blessed: Mastricht, Minimalism and the Messiah

Neither consumerism nor minimalism can make us happy. When either is raised to messianic proportions, their disciples are left dry and doomed. But there is a tertium quid (a third option) that only the Christian can see: God giving himself in covenant to be our God.

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