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George Grant
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Pastor, Parish Presbyterian Church; Founder, King's Meadow Study Center, Franklin Classical School, Chalmers Fund, and New College Franklin.
Pastor, Parish Presbyterian Church; Founder, King's Meadow Study Center, Franklin Classical School, Chalmers Fund, and New College Franklin.

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"You should, in Tertullian's phrase, with a holy conspiracy, besiege heaven." Thomas Manton #NationalDayofPrayer
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Spurgeon on Prayer
I know of no better thermometer to your spiritual temperature than this, the measure of the intensity of your prayer. The ship of prayer may sail through all temptations, doubts and fears, straight up to the throne of God; and though she may be outward boun...

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The "Solas" of Chalmers
Thinking about the "Five Solas" as we embark on this 500th year of the Reformation, I couldn't help but also think of the reformational way Thomas Chalmers has shaped my thinking about life, grace, mercy, the Scriptures, and the beauty of the faith that the...

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Theodore Dalrymple's writing is always trenchant.

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Written in Time
I first began to seriously read and study the life and work of Thomas Chalmers a quarter of a century ago. When I was in graduate school I became aware of his reforming work in 19th century Scotland. I read a few of his best-known sermons during seminary. B...

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A Thomas Sowell Eleventary
1. People who enjoy meetings should not be in charge of anything. 2. If you have always believed that everyone should play by the same rules and be judged by the same standards, that would have gotten you labeled a radical 60 years ago, a liberal 30 years a...

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Bah Humbug: As Far As the Curse Is Found
1.   Humbug   is an old word of indeterminate etymology meaning “spectacle” or “hoax” or “jest,” often referring to some unjustified reputation or publicity. 2. Of course, the word is most often associated with Ebenezer Scrooge, a character created by  Char...
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