Author: W. C. Newsom

Augustine: Sermon for Advent

When the Word assumed flesh in time, so that He might enter into our temporal life, He did not, in this flesh, give up His eternity, but gave immortality to this flesh. Thus He,...

Handel: Messiah

Editorial Note: Advent begins today. So too will begin many performances of Handel’s Messiah, one of the most famous and recognizable works of both classical and sacred music. The subject, of course, is the...

R. C. Sproul: A Letter to the Church

The mission of the church is eternal. Its origin is in eternity and its destination is eternity. God’s plan of redemption for this fallen world was not an afterthought or an expression of a...

Luther on Thanksgiving

The Explanation of the First Article of the Apostles Creed I hold and believe that I am God’s creature, that is, that he has given me and constantly sustains my body, soul, and life,...

Spurgeon: A Man Without Fear

And he said, Certainly I will be with thee. (Exodus 3:12) Of course, if the Lord sent Moses on an errand, He would not let him go alone. The tremendous risk which it would...

Luther: Make Germany Great Again

Proposals for ReformPart INow, although I am too small a man to make propositions which might effect a reform in this dreadful state of things, nevertheless I may as well sing my fool’s song...