“Discernment is not a matter of simply telling the difference between right and wrong; rather, it is telling the difference between right and almost right.” (Charles Spurgeon)
“Only a spiritually minded-church provides the soil in which a literature of the Spirit can grow.” (B.B. Warfield)
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Please take some time to browse the rest of the pages on this site (located in the tabs above). You’ll find a number of helpful articles, FREE e-books, and book recommendations for your enjoyment. Also, be sure to visit The Northwest Ohio Reformation Society!
“The miseries and difficulties that a man meets with in this world, will exceedingly sweeten the glory of that other world.” (Thomas Brooks)
“Scripture does not give us data to interpret; it is itself the interpretation of reality, the shaper of a distinct worldview.” (Herman Bavinck)
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“You can drift into sin, but not into righteousness.” (Leon Morris)
”The kingdom of heaven is worth infinitely more than the cost of discipleship.” (D.A. Carson)
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“Hope is a supernatural grace of God, whereby the believer, through Christ, expects and waits for all those good things of the promise, which at present he hath not received, or not fully.” (William Gurnall)
“We don’t drift toward holiness. Apart from grace-driven effort we don’t gravitate toward godliness but godlessness.” (D.A. Carson)
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“Roughly each month, Lane and Camden will work through the pages of Vos’ Biblical Theology. While Vos’ book is foundational, it’s tough for the ‘uninitiated’ to access. This will be a great opportunity for study groups to listen to our discussions and work things out together. We hope everyone who participates will learn more about Reformed biblical theology.”
“Scripture is not a formal text book on every academic discipline, making scholarly enquiry and activity unnecessary, but it is not merely a handbook on faith and morals either. It contains what God wishes us to know and believe about all that is within its pages, such as creation and the history of mankind, and lays down the principles within which any study must be conducted. These principles cannot be disproved and the framework used can never be dispensed with. To depart from this mooring is to depart from the Word of God and to sail on the sea of free thought.” (Hywel Jones)
“The biblical witness cannot be properly appreciated without the illuminating aid of the Spirit. The illumination which he imparts to the believing reader may differ in degree, but does not differ in kind, from the inspiration which moved the original speakers or writers, so that their words became the vehicle of God’s Word. The Spirit’s role is to testify of Christ, and he does so not least in Scripture. The Christocentric understanding of Scripture is not imposed on it from without, and not read into it by allegorization or any other artificial means; it is implicit in the message of Scripture, as that message is made plain by the Spirit. To grasp the witness of Scripture to Christ is the chief end of biblical interpretation.” (F.F. Bruce)