Revived Thoughts

Jonathan Edwards: Vain Self-Flatteries of the Sinner (Feat. Jared Longshore)

Jared Longshore from the <a href=”https://founders.org/”>Founders Ministries</a> joins us to discuss Jonathan Edwards. He answers questions about his background, why his sermons have persisted, and what do we do about him owning slaves? Special thanks to Jared Longshore for coming on. You can check out the article that we mentioned from him here. Also we…

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J. C. Ryle: Signs of the Times

J.C. Ryle was a preacher whose works are still studied today. In this sermon, “Signs of the Times,” he calls out the sins he sees as prevalent among Christians in his day. They are the same ones Christians struggle with today. To check out our earlier sermons on J. C. Ryle, you can listen to:…

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John Calvin: The Empty Tomb

John Calvin was one of the most famous preachers of the Reformation. In this episode, we discuss the side of him that is often not discussed as much: Calvin the Statesman. We also listen to the part that followed his sermon, “Passion of the Christ,” from just before Easter last year. Special thanks to Chips…

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John Wesley: Faith at Home

John Wesley’s preaching helped spark the Great Awakening. Yet his family life is not known to be one of the greatest parts of his life. In this episode we explore his marriage and listen to a sermon on raising one’s family preached by the 18th century in an open-air style. Special thanks to Ed Backell…

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Charles Hodge: He Preached Christ

Charles Hodge is one of the earliest members of Princeton Theological Seminary. He joined the school at the recommendation of Archibald Alexander and stayed a professor there for over 50 years. In this sermon he discusses what a good life following Christ looks like by comparing it to a friend who had recently passed away….

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