The lavish grace that flows from Christ in and through us is what sustains and nourishes us even in moments of doubt and depression.
From the Psalter we are given a glimpse of the New Heavens and New Earth.
It is promising to organize Owen's main theological concerns around the idea of "evangelical holiness," a concept that is found throughout his work.
J. V. Fesko discusses his coming to the Reformed faith, his experience in pastoral ministry, and his passion for theological education.
By God's providence, common grace, and natural law, there exist wholesome and virtuous aspects of human culture despite the total depravity of humankind.
The best hymns of the historic Church, modeled on the Scriptures themselves (especially the Psalms) are rich with godly experience, but experience arising directly and explicitly in view of the mercies of God in his Son.