He Suffered

Strange as it might seem, the Christian Church has always summed up the whole earthly existence of her Lord in the two simple words: He suffered. Many others have attempted to write a glowing biography on the “life of Jesus”. Yet the Church has insistently confessed only this “He was conceived by the Holy Ghost, … Continue reading He Suffered

“Public Confession of Faith”

This speech was recently added under the Resources tab and can be accessed there at any time. It was delivered by Prof. Russell Dykstra for the Young Calvinists in March of 2022, and is a profitable listen for any young person considering making their Confession of Faith, as well as for any Christian who needs … Continue reading “Public Confession of Faith”

Athanasius (2)

This concludes a short series on ancient church history. Athanasius had numerous and varied writings, but this paper will divide them into three categories: pre-Arian, anti-Arian, and other writings. Before the Arian controversy broke out over the empire, Athanasius wrote two works entitled Against the Gentiles and On the Incarnation. These two treatises mirror much … Continue reading Athanasius (2)