Thursday, March 24, 2016


Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. Articles in this edition of the FGB include: The Meaning of Christ’s Cross, by J. C. Ryle (1816-1900): The Crucifixion of Jesus Christ, by F. W. Krummacher (1796-1868): The Glory of the Cross, S. Duytsch: an extended exposition of Paul’s gospel of grace and the reason he gloried in the bloody cross of Jesus Christ. Here is a list of the reasons Paul could not glory in himself and why he found joy, peace, comfort, and strength in the justification that comes by faith alone in Christ crucified. The Passion of Christ, by Thomas Adams (1583-1653): an in-depth explanation of Christ’s person and what He accomplished in His suffering and death. Our Suffering Substitute, by Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892): a moving account of the doctrine of substitution, including the Person of our Substitute, the sufferings of our Substitute, and the result of His substitution

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Just for Laughs #382

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Sunday, March 6, 2016

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In his short book Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions, published in 1884, Edwin Abbott writes of a Square living in Flatland, a land of only two dimensions. In a life-changing encounter, the Square receives a visit from the Sphere, who lives in Spaceland, a realm of three dimensions. Even though the Square cannot imagine more than two dimensions (he has nothing in his world to relate), he accepts the word of the Sphere and the existence of a third dimension. However, when he attempts to relay his newfound knowledge to the other inhabitants of Flatland, the Square is treated as a lunatic and locked in jail. In a way, the Square’s plight in Flatland is similar to ours. We cannot understand the concept of a Triune Being any more than the Square could fathom the Sphere. But we accept the Word of God, and by faith we understand that God exists in a realm and in a manner beyond our experience. We cannot completely understand God’s existence. An infinite God cannot be fully delineated in a finite illustration

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