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    Top 5 Articles in 2014
    Posted by Clayton Kraby on December 7, 2014

    Here are the 5 most read articles on the ReasonableTheology blog from 2014. Take a look and check out any that you may have missed!   5. Free Seminary Courses Do you have a desire to further your spiritual education but are simply unable to attend seminary? These free seminary courses are a great option! …

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    George Washington’s Thanksgiving Proclamation
    Posted by Clayton Kraby on November 26, 2014

    In October of 1789, President George Washington issued his Thanksgiving Proclamation, calling the nation to “acknowledge the providence of Almighty God.” Six years after the conclusion of the Revolutionary War, Elias Boudinot of New Jersey brought a resolution to the US House of Representatives requesting that the President set aside a day of public thanksgiving …

  • Spiritual Leadership
    Great Quotes from “Spiritual Leadership”
    Posted by Clayton Kraby on November 15, 2014

    There is no shortage of new books to read, but we all have favorites that we have read multiple times. One of mine is Spiritual Leadership by J. Oswald Sanders. While you may expect that this book would be focused solely on those interested in learning or sharpening leadership skills for their work or ministry …

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    Martin Luther’s 95 Theses
    Posted by Clayton Kraby on October 27, 2014

    On October 31, 1517 Martin Luther posted his now-famous 95 Theses on the door of Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany. These are the words that sparked the Reformation: Out of love for the truth and the desire to bring it to light, the following propositions will be discussed at Wittenberg, under the presidency of the …

  • Five Solas
    The Five Solas of the Reformation
    Posted by Clayton Kraby on October 21, 2014

    What are the Five Solas, and what do they have to do with Reformed Theology? The “Five Solas” are Latin phrases that collectively served as foundational principles of the Protestant Reformation. The Reformation  was a movement that began in the 1500′s and sought to “reform” the traditions and beliefs of Roman Catholicism. The Five Solas …

  • CS Lewis
    C.S. Lewis On The Reading of Old Books
    Posted by Clayton Kraby on September 14, 2014

    We often settle for reading about the works of Augustine, Calvin, or other “old books” rather than reading the works themselves. C.S. Lewis recommended the reading of old books in his introduction to Athanasius’ On the Incarnation. There is a strange idea abroad that in every subject the ancient books should be read only by the …

  • The Apostles Creed
    The Apostles’ Creed
    Posted by Clayton Kraby on September 7, 2014

    The Apostles’ Creed provides an orderly and succinct description of Christian doctrine. While it may not have been produced by Christ’s apostles, it is a valuable statement from the early church. I believe in God the Father, Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth:And in Jesus Christ, his only begotten Son, our Lord:Who was conceived by …

  • The Moral Argument for God's Existence
    Can Atheists Be Moral? That’s the Wrong Question
    Posted by Clayton Kraby on August 10, 2014

    Occasionally you will hear people question whether an atheist can be a moral person. But is this the right question to be asking? Can an Atheist be Moral? Of Course, but that is the Wrong Question As Christians we know that the moral law comes from a Creator God, and some think that those who …

  • CH Spurgeon Quote
    Live in the Bible
    Posted by Clayton Kraby on July 19, 2014

    “Visit many good books, but live in the Bible” – C.H. Spurgeon C.H Spurgeon, the “Prince of Preachers” of the 1800′s, seems to be an endless source of great quotes. Here he admonishes us to immerse ourselves in God’s Word. While we can certainly benefit from “visiting” other good books, we are to find our …

  • Who Wrote the Gospel of Luke?
    Did Luke Write the Gospel of Luke?
    Posted by Clayton Kraby on June 29, 2014

    Unlike the writings of the apostle Paul, the books of Luke and Acts do not record the author’s name. So how do we know who really wrote them? Despite not having a convenient title page with a copyright date and the writer’s name, there are several reasons to be confident that Luke wrote the gospel …

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