Monthly Archives: February 2016

The Daily Fill (02/24/16)

Quote of the Day “Ours is an undisciplined age. The old disciplines are breaking down…Above all, the discipline of divine grace is derided as legalism or is entirely unknown to a generation that is largely illiterate in the Scriptures. We … Continue reading

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The Augustine and Pelagian Controversy

Authors Note: This is the second post in a short series on The Augustine and Pelagian Controversy. You can read the first post here.   Beginnings Pelagius did not care for controversy, and at first he spread his doctrines privately and … Continue reading

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The Daily Fill (02/23/16)

Quote of the Day “I never saw a fruit-bearing Christian who was not a student of the Bible.” D. L. Moody Worth Reading Socialism Is Evil “In a recent blog post I urged the biblical basis for the spirituality of … Continue reading

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The Daily Fill (02/22/16)

Quote of the Day “I must confess to you that the majesty of the Scriptures astonishes me…” Jean-Jacques Rousseau Worth Reading What Is Zeal? “We all have some idea of what zeal is, for to a certain degree we are … Continue reading

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The Daily Fill (02/20/16)

Quote of the Day “In the Old Testament the New is concealed, in the New Testament the Old is revealed.” St. Augustine of Hippo Worth Reading My Advice to Students–Van Pelt Shares Solid Languages Advice He Got and Wished He … Continue reading

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The Daily Fill (02/19/16)

Quote of the Day “It is a great thing, this reading of Scriptures! For it is not possible to ever exhaust the mind of the Scriptures. It is a well that has no bottom.” John Chrysostom Worth Reading Why It … Continue reading

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The Augustine and Pelagian Controversy

Author’s Note: This is the first post in a short series on the Augustine and Pelagian Controversy. Introduction to the Augustine and Pelagian Controversy In the first four centuries of its existence, the church had to spend a considerable amount of … Continue reading

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