Tag Archives: John Guest

A Theology of God’s Love: The Blessings of Justification in Romans 5.1-11

We come to the fifth chapter of Romans and in this magnificent chapter we will take away truths that will transform life and culture and I would say that the very idea of government and democracy and literature and all … Continue reading

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How I have Learned that Seminary Inaugurations are Still Important

  Sunday’s inaugural service and Monday’s Honor the Past, Build for the Future service are now history (And we give thanks to Helen, my assistant, and to our outstanding inaugural committee)! Someone remarked recently, when he read about my upcoming inauguration, that “we really don’t … Continue reading

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