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By BB Warfield, from The Princeton Theological Review, Vol 6 , 1908 No catechism begins on a higher plane than the Westminster Shorter Catechism. Its opening question, “What is the chief end of man?” with its answer, “Man’s chief end is to glorify God and to enjoy him forever” – the profound meaning of which ... Read More
From Foxe’s Book of Martyrs
The parable of the lost sheep
Atheism is overcome by the Word, not by reason
A Protestant’s response to seeing the mass at a public event
A Protestant’s response to seeing the mass at a wedding
Early Protestants refusing to attend the mass
John Flavel on God’s jealousy over His worship.
The question is not, “Is it lawful?” but “Is my joy complete in Christ?”
Five remedies for putting worldliness at bay are offered.