Individualism is a worldview that many people hold to in one form or another. Find why the relational Bible worldview is better than individualism in this Christmas message from the example of Herod the Great and Taylor Swift.
Sunday morning service 12/10/2023.
What's the BIG change that has driven us to our "Strange New World"? And what forces have contributed to it. You'll find out in this class based on Chapter 1 of Dr. Carl Trueman's important book "Strange New World".
As Andrew Bonar notes in his prefatory 'Sketch of Samuel Rutherford' (included in this edition)
These letters will ever be precious to:
All who are sensible of their own, and the Church's decay and corruptions.
All who delight in the Surety's imputed righteousness.
All who rejoice in the Gospel of free grace.
All who seek to grow in holiness.
All afflicted persons.
All who love the Person of Christ.
All who love that blessed hope and the glorious appearing of the great God and Saviour.
Walker adds his voice to this praise calling these, 'letters which, I may say, stand all alone in religious literature... So far as I know, they are the only letters two centuries old (i.e. when Walker wrote this--RB) which are still a practical reality in
the religious life of Scotland, England, and America.
And criticism cannot get rid of the fact that they continue to retain their hold of human hearts, -- that they have won a place for themselves besides such books as Augustine's Confessions or Thomas a Kempis.' (Theologians..., p. 8).
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