A Defense of Biblical Counseling

Introduction Mankind is in trouble. This is evident in the multitude of problems that face society in the twenty-first century. Marital infidelity, fornication, pornography, homosexuality, common-law marriages, divorce and remarriage, rape, mass murder, spousal abuse, rebellious children, slothful men, blasphemy of God and the Holy Scriptures, abortion, warmongering, injustice in the courts, and suicide are... Continue Reading →

Meditation on the Word of God

Psalm 1:2 “But his delight is in the law of the Lord, And in His law he meditates day and night.” One of the fundamental lessons I learned in seminary this past trimester, especially in Interpretation of the Bible, was the importance of meditation upon Scripture as a key to making profitable use of devotional time. Often... Continue Reading →

Exciting News!

As many of you probably know, I really enjoy studying history. In fact, I enjoy history so much, I got a degree in it. Who gets a degree in history nowadays? I mean what good is a history degree at getting you a job? Well, the truth is not very many people get history degrees... Continue Reading →

Lord Dartmouth (4): Epilogue and Bibliography

Epilogue Hopefully, this research project has demonstrated the necessity of doing a deeper study into Dartmouth’s important role in the Evangelical Revival. It is to be lamented that little of Dartmouth’s role in this regard has been covered. Much more work could be done with respect to Dartmouth’s patronage of clergymen, especially trying to come... Continue Reading →

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