Revived Thoughts

B. H. Carroll: The Faith Of Noah

B. H. Carroll once fought in the Confederate army and preached atheism to rallies of soldiers. But after God got a hold of his life he became the founder of multiple seminaries and a preacher that was well known throughout the south. In this sermon, “The Faith Of Noah,” Carroll pushes us to think about…

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BB Warfield: The Christian Attitude Towards Death

B. B. Warfield was a theologian at Princeton Theological Seminary that stood for Biblical inerrancy and traditional faith. At a time when Princeton and theology at large was liberalizing Warfield stood strong against this move against the faith. The sermon here was preached at Princeton after the death of a beloved professor and friend of…

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Revived Thoughts Deep Dive (Preview): The First Crusade

Many people have heard of the Crusades. But how many people know the story of how the Crusades got started? Listen as Troy and Joel tell you the story that sounds like it was written by a movie director. People have heard of the Crusades but few people know the twists and turns that led…

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Waite Stirling: God’s Lonely Sentinel

Waite Stirling was called God’s lonely sentinel. He lived completely cut off at the bottom of the Earth because he had a desire for the Gospel to go out to those who had never known the Lord. He eventually became the Bishop of the Falkland Islands. This sermon was preached at his consecration by W….

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John Wesley: The Funeral Of George Whitefield

John Wesley lived in the 1700s and was an influential leader of the First Great Awakening. He and George Whitefield founded the Methodist movement together after their time at Oxford. But the two had a theological rift that nearly destroyed their ministry. His sermon, “The funeral of George Whitefield,” shows the end of that feud….

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