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The mark of a Christian is love. But what is love? God's Law shows us.

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"Hagiography" is a term used to describe the lives of saints. In this series of The InVerse Theology Project, we'll be considering Charles Plummer's translations of the lives of great saints from the Celtic Revival.

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The Pearl, by fourth-century poet Ephrem the Syrian, is perhaps the first pure work of creational theology in the history of the Christian movement.

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In Part 3 of The Story we meet John the Baptist and follow Jesus into the wilderness, where He is tempted by the devil.

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Satan watches as John the Baptist points to Jesus and cries out that He is the Lamb of God! Lamb of God?

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We conclude our study of William Cowper's views of the preaching of his day with some lessons for the preaching of our day in this the final installment of An Essay on Preaching.

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The Westminster Confession of Faith explains that the grace of God not only saves us, but keeps us in salvation, and enables us to know we are saved as well. Here is Part 10 of our series, entitled "Of the Perseverance of the Saints and Assurance of Grace and Salvation."

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Our meditations on the Confession of St. Patrick come to their conclusion with this installment, as Patrick gives all glory to God for the work he was able to accomplish.

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Homer's epic The Odyssey wraps up with a strong statement of the importance of poetry for a healthy culture. God agrees. Are we listening?

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In Part 2 of The Story we follow the accounts of Matthew and Luke of the birth and childhood of Jesus, the Word of God made flesh.

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Like us, Satan watched when Jesus was born. But with a totally different purpose.

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For William Cowper, preachers need only look to the apostle Paul for a proper example of how to do their work.

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What about good works? What role do they play in our salvation? And how can we possibly do them? The Westminster Confession of Faith addresses these and other such questions in chapter 17, "Good Works."

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Patrick concludes his Letter against the Soldiers of Coroticus by calling them to repent.

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Homer's The Odyssey is a different kind of epic poem, in that its emphasis is more than just to tell a good story. Here is Part 1 of The Odyssey.

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