By Francine Grace Tan, Class of ’19 “Thus says the LORD who made the earth, the LORD who formed it to establish it—the LORD is his name: Call to me and I will answer you, and will tell you great and hidden things that you have not known.” – Jeremiah 33:2-3   In Psalm 14:1 […]

By Micheal C.H. Lim  At least up to the eighteenth century, it had been the conviction of the church that the Bible was inerrant and correspondingly, imbued with divine authority in all that it addresses. Such an assertion, however, does not resonate well in our post-modern and post-truth society. Indeed, any claim that a text […]

By Francine Grace Tan, Class of ’19 “Do you not know that if you present yourselves to anyone as obedient slaves, you are slaves of the one whom you obey, either of sin, which leads to death, or of obedience, which leads to righteousness?” (Romans 6:16) In the recent Ligonier Ministries National Conference, Albert Mohler […]

By David Johnson, Class of ’20   No doubt you’ve probably heard about one of Jimmy Kimmel’s recent news flashes. Last week, millions of Americans tuned in live to hear his show, and were overjoyed to hear that he had a newly born son, William. However, the atmosphere quickly changed as the famed show host […]

By Francine Grace Tan, Class of ’19   In “The Expulsive Power of a New Affection,” Thomas Chalmers suggests that all men live in a state of constant desire. It is impossible not to desire something, even for a single second. In our fallen condition, the object of our hearts’ desires will always be the […]

by David Johnson, Class of ‘20   I remember it like it was yesterday. Several years ago, much of my extended family was gathered in Phoenix, Arizona, having a lovely Thanksgiving dinner. Grandma really outdid herself with the turkey and stuffing this time, and the room was beautifully decorated. Everything was just right. I’ll have […]

By Francine Grace Tan, class of ’19 No theology is genuinely Christian which does not arise from and focus on the cross. – Martin Luther To the outsider, it must seem odd that Christians commemorate, contemplate and celebrate the death of their Savior Jesus Christ. Crucifixion—the brutal execution method devised by the Romans has become […]