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The Week in Review

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Welcome! While we do not post new content on Sunday here, we do gather our posts from the past week so that you can catch up on anything you may have missed. Just click on each picture and it will…
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P is for Piper

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John Piper has provided a godly influence on the current generation in the areas of theology, pastoral ministry, writing, church life, and popular culture. Born in Chattanooga, TN in 1946, Piper spent most of his youth in Greenville, SC. He…
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O is for Owen

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John Owen was born between 1616 and 1624 and died in 1683. He was a theologian known primarily for his writing. He was also a non-conformist church leader. The non-conformists were Christians who dissented from the legal state church in England….
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N is for Newton

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Far too often we detach a person’s theology from the life that they have led. Their experiences ought to form the catalyst out of which their theological positions have grown. For example, there is no more interesting tale than that…
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M is for Mohler

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If asked to name the top two most outstanding theological scholars in the world today, one would be R.C. Sproul (about whom we will talk soon) and the other would without a doubt be R. Albert Mohler, Jr. His work has…
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L is for Lloyd-Jones

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It is difficult to think of twentieth century reformed evangelical theology without coming to the name Martyn Lloyd-Jones. His name likely invokes great admiration, awe, and appreciation. Born at the end of 1899 and died in 1981, his legacy continues today…
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K is for Keller

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Timothy Keller is a pastor, theologian, author and speaker who was born in 1950. He is well known as the founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City. He founded it in 1989 with a handful of people…
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The Week in Review

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In case you’ve missed anything in our A to Z series, “Theologians Who Changed the World,” here are the links for this week’s posts to help. Would you please share them with your friends and groups? We’d also love for you to take a…
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J is for Jerome

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Jerome was born with the Latin name, Eusebius Hieronymus Sophronius. He was a fourth century scholar, born around 347 and baptized around 360-366. Then he went to Rome and, while there, had the opportunity to study Latin and Greek. He was initially…
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I is for Irenaeus

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Irenaeus of Lyons was one of the earliest theologians of the church. While there is not a great deal known about his early life,we know that he was born between 120 and 140 AD and listened to many sermons preached by…
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