Join us for bible study at 7:30 p.m.
We are continuing our series "Studies in the Book of Revelation." This week, we will wrap up our look at the letter to the church in Smyrna (Revelation 2:8-11).
The Lectio Continua Expository Commentary (1 Corinthians)
by Kim Riddlebarger
The Lectio Continua Expository Commentary on the New Testament is a new exegetical commentary series published by Tolle Lege Press. The series, edited by Jon D. Payne, will be authored by sixteen ministers from five countries representing ten different Reformed denominations. The Lectio Continua Expository Commentary seeks to be rigorously exegetical, God-centered, redemptive-historical, sin-exposing, Gospel-trumpeting and teeming with practical application. It aims to encourage ministers, elders, seminarians and interested laypeople to rediscover the profound spiritual benefits of systematic expository preaching; that is, the faithful preaching of the “whole counsel of God” -- verse by verse, chapter by chapter, book by book. It also endeavors, by the power of the Spirit, to help Christ’s kingdom disciples to “grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ” (II Peter 3:18).
Dr. Riddlebarger's new Commentary on First Corinthians is available in the church bookstore. Purchase your copy now for $28.00.
Having shared and sat under the ministry of Kim Riddlebarger for many years, I am delighted to see the fruit of his faithful labors reach a wider audience. Combining attention to exegetical detail with decades of pastoral experience, this commentary will reward generously with its unique insights into this wonderful epistle.
– Michael S. Horton,
Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologetics, Westminster Seminary California, Host of the White Horse Inn talk show, and Editor-in-Chief of Modern Reformation magazine
First Corinthians is a book that has long been neglected by Reformed commentators. That is why I am so glad that Kim Riddlebarger has provided the church with this exegetically-sensitive and doctrinally-sound exposition. Riddlebarger handles the letter’s difficult issues with care and pastoral sensitivity. In addition, he models for the Church what faithful exposition should be. This second installment in the Lectio Continua series is a welcome addition to any Christian’s shelf!
– Guy Prentiss Waters,
Professor of New Testament, Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson, MS
Join us for bible study at 7:30 p.m. each Wednesday evening.
We are continuing our series "Studies in the Book of Revelation." This week, we will look at the letter to the church in Smyrna (Revelation 2:8-11).
We are discussing Michael Horton's theology text The Christian Faith. We are currently in chapter 5, and will be discussing the sufficiency of Scripture in light of critical Protestant scholarship.
Note: This is the last Academy session until the Summer/Fall 2013
Bible study begins at 7:30 p.m.
We are continuing our series "Studies in the Book of Revelation." This week, we will consider the first of the seven letters to the churches, the letter to the church in Ephesus (Revelation 2:1-7).
Join us at 7:30 p.m. for an evening at the Academy.
We are discussing Dr. Michael Horton's theology text The Christian Faith. We are currently in chapter 5, and will be continuing our discussion of the sufficiency of Scripture in light of critical Protestant scholarship.
The next Ladies’ Book Club will be held on Saturday, April 27. Starting at 2:00 p.m., the ladies will meet to discuss Heart Aflame: Daily Reading from the Psalms by John Calvin. We will meet at the home of Becky Hernandez. For more information, please email Winona at the church office: email@example.com
Sometimes we even have one of our authors present to discuss their book with us and answer questions.