Tag Archives: Joel R. Beeke

A Puritan Theology – Beeke and Jones ch1

Over the years I’ve read some good stuff with my Ministry Trainees. Wayne Grudem’s Systematic Theology, Jim Packer’s Knowing God, John Frame’s Doctrine of God (A theology of Lordship) and The Doctrine of the Knowledge of God, Bruce Milne’s Know … Continue reading

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The lasting power of Reformed Experiential Preaching: Joel R. Beeke

Favourite books need to be re-read and re-read.  One of my top re-reads is Puritan Reformed Spirituality by Joel R. Beeke.  In this collection of essays, something which makes this an easy re-read, Beeke creates a wonderful blend of biography, … Continue reading

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Antinomian, neonomian or pure gospel?

As a lapsed neonomian and a Scotsman, this extract from Joel Beeke’s introduction to The Beauties of Ebenezer Erskine, has given me the appetite to read on. Beeke writes: The beauties of Ebernezer Erkine offers the best portions of his … Continue reading

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Benjamin Keach – The Marrow of True Justification

Benjamin Keach’s The Marrow of True Justification: The biblical doctrine of justification without works was republished last month by Solid Ground Christian Books, with a foreword by one of my favourite authors Joel R. Beeke. Here’s the introduction to the … Continue reading

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The benefit of biblical meditation

I find I can read lists like yesterday’s on the significance of adoption without letting what I’ve read sink in. Thomas Watson writes in his exposition of the Beatitudes There are many truths swim in the brain, which do not … Continue reading

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