Monthly Archives: April 2015

Defects in the Clergy – Philip Spener

A summary of the views expressed in “Defects in the Clergy” in his book Pia Desideria (1675)–Latin for “Pious Desires.” This book was influential in Pietism, a Puritan movement in the Lutheran church. Its ideas indirectly had an impact on … Continue reading

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Letter to the Governor of Barbados (1671) – George Fox

Originally from here. In George Fox’s own words, he replies to many of the false accusations leveled against the Quakers, by Covenanters (Alexander Peden), Puritans, Baptists, and Anglicans alike (John Bunyan and John Wesley included). What is of most interest … Continue reading

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Praise and Worship Music: A Healthy Variety – John Boruff

1. Robin Mark 2. Hillsong 3. Vineyard “Touching The Father’s Heart” 4. Keith Green 5. Rich Mullins 6. Georgia Mass Choir 7. John P. Kee 8. Hezekiah Walker 9. Rev. Milton Brunson 10. Mississippi Mass Choir

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PREACHING AGAINST SIN IN A SPIRIT OF LOVING CONCERN – John Boruff

Ephesians 4:15: “Speaking the truth in love.”

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The Providence of God – John Boruff

Genesis 22; James 4:13-15

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Suggested Plan of Organization for a Billy Graham Crusade – Willis Haymaker

Originally from here. I have theological reservations about Billy Graham. But I gotta give it to him, the man knew how to organize a crusade, and successfully reached millions of people.-J.B. I. THE INVITATION The most impressive way to extend … Continue reading

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Discouraged? – John Boruff

The movie Nacho Libre tells the true story of a Catholic monk in Mexico who was secretly a luchador wrestler by night. In this scene, poor Nacho, who always gets beat up in the ring, is really down on himself … Continue reading

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