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A Catechism on the Heart

by Ryan Kron

Sinclair Ferguson writes: “Sometimes people ask authors, “Which of your books is your favorite?” The first time the question is asked, the response is likely to be “I am not sure; I have never really thought about it.” But forced to think about it, my own standard response has become, “I am not sure what […]

Why Christians Need Confessions

by Ryan Kron

by Carl R. Trueman “Despite claims to the contrary, the Christian world is not divided between those who have creeds and confessions and those who just have the Bible. It is actually divided between those who have creeds and confessions and write them down in a public form, open to public scrutiny and correction, and […]

An End-of-Year Marriage Check-Up

by Ryan Kron

Kevin DeYoung writes: “As we approach the end of the year, many of us will take time to reflect on different areas in our lives. There is nothing magical about the turn of the calendar page. Yet if the flip from December to January causes us to think about what’s really important, I’m all for […]

5 Popular Misconceptions About the Christmas Story

by Ryan Kron

Michael Kruger writes: “We experience the story of Jesus’s birth in a variety of ways throughout the Christmas season. The story is presented through nativity scenes, TV shows, story books, paintings, and Christmas pageants. In fact, we encounter the Christmas story so often we’re convinced we know all the details of what happened that night. But […]

Born of the Virgin Mary

by Ryan Kron

“Along with the great theologian and philosopher Anselm of Canterbury we ask the question, Cur deus homo? Why the God-man? When we look at the biblical answer to that question, we see that the purpose behind the incarnation of Christ is to fulfill His work as God’s appointed Mediator. It is said in 1 Timothy 2:5: “For there […]

What Do We Celebrate at Christmas?

by Ryan Kron

“What we celebrate at Christmas is not so much the birth of a baby, as important as that is, but what’s so significant about the birth of that particular baby is that in this birth we have the incarnation of God Himself. An incarnation means a coming in the flesh. We know how John begins […]

Christmas in the book of Revelation

by Ryan Kron

This Sunday at Emmaus Road Reformed Church we will begin a five-week advent series in the book of Revelation.  The sermon this Sunday will be on Revelation 1:9-20 as we look at John’s vision of the Majestic Christ. My prayer is that during this Christmas season, this series in Revelation will point us to the […]