Monthly Archives: May 2012

Richard Baxter on Library Essentials

If you had to pick but a few essential items to have in your theological library–yes, a few bare bones essentials–then what would they be?  The Puritan Richard Baxter once asked such a question: “What books, especially of theology, should … Continue reading

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Heidelberg Catechism – Lord’s Day 22

Question 57: How does “the resurrection of the body” comfort you? Not only will my soul be taken immediately after this life to Christ its head (1), but also my very flesh will be raised by the power of Christ, … Continue reading

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Heidelberg Catechism – Lord’s Day 21

Question 54: What do you believe concerning “the holy catholic church”? I believe that the Son of God through His Spirit and Word (1), out of the entire human race (2), from the beginning of the world to its end … Continue reading

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Heidelberg Catechism – Lord’s Day 20

Question 53: What do you believe concerning “the Holy Spirit”? First, that the Spirit, with the Father and the Son, is eternal God (1). Second, that the Spirit is given also to me (2), so that, through true faith, He … Continue reading

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Heidelberg Catechism – Lord’s Day 19

Question 50: Why the next words: “and is seated at the right hand of God”? Because Christ ascended to heaven to show there that He is head of His church (1), the one through whom the Father rules all things … Continue reading

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