December 2017

Magazine Issue 651

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Table of Contents

  • Family Worship: A Neglected Privilege , Don Stephens
  • Loving the Westminster Confession and Catechisms , David B. Calhoun
  • Justification Not by Works , Ian Hamilton
  • The Pastor’s Burden , Chad Vegas
  • William B. Sprague’s Experiences with Revival , Thomas E. Martin
  • Martin Luther: The Early Years (9) , J.H. Merle d’Aubigne
  • Some Pastors and Teachers , Sinclair B. Ferguson

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