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For a Tongue Like Thunder

April 7, 2015

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“But thanks be to God, who in Christ always leads us in triumphal procession, and through us spreads the fragrance of him everywhere” (2 Corinthians 2.14 ESV). I make it my particular intercession from Palm Sunday to Good Friday to pray for all Anglican ministers who are preparing Easter sermons and services, that they will […]

Stepping Out into Spring

March 24, 2014

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Entering North American Anglicanism in leaving the Episcopal Church (TEC) is like stepping out of a dark cellar into the bright daylight of the European spring in 1945. Ruins everywhere point to past glories. There’s a light giddiness in the silence. The shelling has stopped. The war may not be completely over, but it is […]

Awake with Christ in Glory

February 17, 2014

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One day it will be clear what God has done in us, and oh what a day that will be! Do you know 1 Corinthians 15.41-42a? You should read it. It says just as the glory of one star differs from another star, so the glory of one believer will differ from another believer – for […]

Hello, I must be going, 7

January 6, 2014

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The more determined men become to despise the teaching of Christ, the more zealous should godly ministers be to assert it and the more strenuous their efforts to preserve entire. And more than that, by their diligence to ward off Satan’s attack. John Calvin As my study drew to a close and I realized how […]

Puzzling over Lent

April 7, 2012

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With one of the liturgical seasons coming to a close and with a big Sunday on the horizon — we’re not talking Epiphany and Super Bowl but Lent and chocolate bunnies or eggs — a brief comment on the time of the year just passing may be in order. Peter Leithart has been blogging about […]

Brother and Friend

July 26, 2011

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I have just heard that a brother-in-Christ I admired from afar, Douglas Taylor, Assistant Editor at the Banner of Truth for more than 14 years, was recently diagnosed with inoperable liver cancer. On Tuesday June 7, 2011, Douglas began a blog that can be accessed here, in which he explains his motivation for writing and the intriguing title […]

Christ is the Sea of Sweetness

April 27, 2011

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After a great Easter Day of worship and preaching spent the time on Monday and Tuesday this week doing a long list of chores that were neglected since, ahem, since Lent began. My wife lovingly called it “an Easter miracle”. I did have a read of a bit more John Flavel. His complete works are […]