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An exciting look at one of the most important documents in human history. This study is filled with timely applications and valuable exposition. The book of Galatians combines rebuke and warning with profound teachings on spiritual liberty, perseverance, assurance, and more. Study along with Dr. Barnhouse and discover the truths that come down to our century and into our hearts. Listen on Sunday!

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Every Last Word: "Sent to Justify" Romans 8:3b-4
No Falling Word: "A Son is Given - Son of God" Hebrews 2:14-18
The Bible Study Hour: "Jesus! Jesus!" Matthew 1:21

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Revival!: God's Grace and Glory

Spring 2014 Australian PresbyterianIn a sense, revival is just many people in the one region becoming soundly joined to Christ. Jonathan Edwards famously described Northampton in 1735 as "Full of the presence of God". This was multifaceted in that it was fujll of love and yet full of distress. It is something that the church must pray for, but which she cannot bring about. The more she has tried to manufacture a revival, the worse the situation has become.

Click here to read more in the Spring 2014 issue.

Jesus' Life of Prayer -- By Jonathan Master - on Place for Truth

What is Theology About? -- By Donald MacLeod - on reformation21

A Christian Primer - The Incarnation -- Enjoy reading a sample chapter from this new Alliance publication by Timothy Cross, or purchase it from the Alliance’s

Here I think of the title of another of Jonathan Edwards' sermons: The Justice of God in the Damnation of Sinners.” When most people hear that title today, they are quite taken aback and ask themselves, What kind of person must Jonathan Edwards have been to have talked like that? What kind of a person would link justice to damnation” But Jonathan Edwards was not the originator of such thoughts. They come from the words of the Pharisees and scribes as they pronounced judgment on themselves in replying to Christs question. Moreover, that is the judgment you and I must render on ourselves if we are honest. What would you say if Jesus asked his question of you: “What do you think the owner of the vineyard should do Unless we are absolute hypocrites or absolutely ignorant, we would answer as the leaders of Jesus day did and thus, likewise, render judgment on ourselves. We are such people, and that is our doom.More

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