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Archive of entries posted on July 2011

Michael Morgan Bible Exhibit at Union University

I recently posted a list of the items from the Green Collection which will be on exhibit at our upcoming King James Bible Festival, “KJV400: Legacy & Impact”. I can now also provide a list of the items which will be in display simultaneously from Michael Morgan’s private collection. Michael has visited Union previously with […]

“The Singing Savior,” by Edmund Clowney

I recently came across the article by this title written by Clowney for Moody Monthly back in 1979. It is a wonderful, powerful piece (only 3 pages) on the importance of singing in the Christian life, the Psalms and Christ. It is primarily a meditation on the fact the New Testament shows us Jesus singing […]

Bible Exhibit at KJV Festival, Sept. 15-17

One wonderful development with the upcoming King James Bible Festival at Union University is that a significant portion of the Green Collection will be on display. This will be the first time this amazing collection has visited the Southeast. Listed below are some of the items which will be on display during our festival with […]

Spurgeon on Gospel Preaching

Spurgeon is a great example of gospel preaching always bringing the great truths to bear on the minds and hearts of his hearers. This is a great quote. “I may not have many more opportunities of preaching, and I make up my mind to this one thing, that I will waste no time upon secondary […]

The Cultural Impact of the Church

“Only one reliable force stands in the way of the power of the strong over the weak. Only one reliable force forms the foundation of the concept of the rule of law. Only one reliable force restrains the hand of the man of power. And, in an age of power-worship, the Christian religion has become […]

The Gospel, The Cure of Cowardice

“…cowardice would seem to be a sort of fearful yielding of the soul” (Theophrastus, Characters [371-287 BC]) Cowardice “is a disease graver than any that affects the body since it destroys the faculties of the soul. Diseases of the body flourish but for a short time, but cowardice is an inbred evil, as closely inherent […]