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John Bunyan

(The following summary of Bunyan’s life is culled from “Memoir of John Bunyan,” by George Offor, who edited Bunyan’s 3-volume Works [Baker], in volume 1.) A Brief Overview of Bunyan’s life: John Bunyan lived from 1628-1688 in or near Bedford, England (north of London). He is most famous for his allegory, Pilgrim’s Progress, which Spurgeon […]

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Elijah and the Pastors’ Conference

(A fictional story about a minister who embraced the modern psychobabble culture and abandoned God’s Word.) As he eased his BMW along the freeway in the crowded morning traffic, Dr. David Shaw reflected on the stunning success of his ministry. Just fifteen years before he had been the pastor of a struggling little church that […]

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Dear Mary

(An open pastoral letter to a young Christian woman considering marriage to an unbeliever) Dear Mary,   Last Sunday at church your parents told me of your wedding plans. Being in love and looking forward to marriage is an exciting time in life. I can imagine your hopes as you look to the future. Your […]

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Steak and Arsenic

A Review of Neil Anderson’s Victory Over the Darkness Reading Neil Anderson’s Victory Over the Darkness [Regal Books, 1990, 245 pp.] is like eating steak laced with arsenic. The steak tastes great and makes up the major portion, but the arsenic, imbedded throughout, will kill you. First, the steak: Anderson strongly sets forth the believer’s […]

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