On Reading Calvin’s Institutes and Other Matters

  • Calvin’s Institutes are “a distilled readers’ guide to the main teachings of the Scripture and how they fit together.”
    –Timothy Keller, The Counterintuitive Calvin – a great read on his experience and observations in reading the Institutes

  • 8 Things Wesleyans Need to Learn from Neo-Calvinism // Asbury Seedbed – It may not be as appropriate for a Calvinist (me) to post this as would a Wesleyan/Arminian, but at least it’s written by a Wesleyan and I don’t think there’s anything to argue about.
  • Spurgeon, Impressions, and Prophecy | the Cripplegate

  • “When you come, bring the cloak that I left with Carpus at Troas, and my scrolls, especially the parchments.”
    –Apostle Paul

    I love this verse. It really says a lot. It also makes me feel like he’s a kindred spirit. Wouldn’t the first thing you ask for be the whole Bible and your books?

    HT: Thanks to T.C. on FB for the reminder

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