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Tag: Discipleship
Mike Reeves delves into Jonathan Edwards for insight about what it means that God is holy and that we are called to holiness. 
Martin Luther draws on Paul's picture of the Christian life as a race, especially looking at 1 Corinthians 10. 
Very Poythress constructs a fascinating Christian theology of mathematics. Not for the fainthearted! 
Martin Luther's short but brilliant explanation of the two kinds of righteousness: the alien righteousness of Christ which is ours by grace, and the secondary righteousness of our good works flowing from our new status.  
G. K. Chesterton's short and whimsical essay is deceptively powerful in getting us to think about pleasure and legalism. 
Vern Poythress argues that we can understand physics best in light of the biblical view of order in the creation. 
John Hindley helps us to see the reality, depth and source of our sin problem – and its glorious solution in the gospel of Jesus. 
Peter Sanlon draws on Augustine to look at how the Bible is a life-changing word from God. From Delighted by God 2011. 
Jeremy Walker picks out nine qualities to nurture as we speak about Christ to friends and family who don't yet believe. 
Mike Reeves helps us taste the goodness of God in the third of four talks from Word Alive 2011.