Puritan William Bridge, writing in “Christ and the Covenant,” comments on how Legalism is inversely proportional to assurance.
Sam Renihan at the Particular Voices blog hands his readers a heaping helping of Hercules this heptad.
In The Marrow of Gospel History, we’re treated to a lengthy section from Collins’ poem of the same name. The rhymes may be a stretch now and then, but the content is solid as a rock. Check out the picture in this post for a sample!
In Sermon Preparation and Productivity in the 17th Century, Herc offers some helpful tips on sermon prep, highlighting the extreme importance of laboring in the Word. I identified with this bit in particular:
It hath been known by Experience, that sometimes a whole day hath been spent in Study and little done; tho at other times (blessed be God) when we have been under the Gales of the Spirit we have done more in two hours.
In the latest post from Sam Renihan at Particular Voices, an anonymous Particular Baptist borrows one of John Owen’s arguments to show how the new covenant is distinct from the old.
More Particular Baptists fighting the Federal Vision heresy before it was even formed. There’s nothing new under the sun, and that includes attacks on the doctrine of Justification by Faith Alone.