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Slaves of Righteousness

In Charles Hodge’s classic commentary on the Apostle Paul’s epistle to the Romans, there is a gripping discussion on the implications of being united to Christ by faith. Particularly, he speaks of the obedience that flows out of this ...

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Musings on Hermeneutics

I get to teach Biblical Hermeneutics (i.e., how to study the Bible) here at RBC. I enjoy teaching all of my classes, but Hermeneutics is certainly one of my favorites. I especially enjoy the first couple of class sessions. We spend a lot of time ...

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2018 Winter Conference at Reformation Bible College

We are living in an era of upheaval in the West. The foundations of truth are being eroded. David Wells recognized twenty-five years ago inhis book No Place for Truth that too many churches have abandoned the centrality of truth and are relying ...

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Wittenberg U

In the preface to The 95 Theses, Martin Luther identified himself as both “Reverend Father” and as “Lecturer” on sacred theology.  In 1517, the University of Wittenberg, where Luther lectured, was a start-up college. It was only fifteen years ...

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True Assurance

If you’re like me, then you have had times in your Christian life when you have struggled with a lack of assurance. Many times, we wonder, “Am I really a Christian?” “Do I really believe this?” “Am I truly saved?” In such times, many people will ...

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Christ Our Brother

The author of the epistle to the Hebrews exhorts his audience with a glorious declaration of the High Priesthood of Jesus Christ. This exhortation is written to an audience that is in perilous spiritual danger. The author’s response in light of ...

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