Biography of Richard Sibbes (1577-1635)

Richard Sibbes was born in Tostock, Suffolk, four miles from Bury St. Edmunds, in 1577.[1] He is the eldest son of Paul Sibbes and Joane. His father was a wheelwright who hoped Sibbes would be in the same field of occupation. Instead of following the footsteps of his father, young Sibbes, out of love forContinue reading “Biography of Richard Sibbes (1577-1635)”

A Biographical Sketch of Thomas Manton (1620-1677)

Thomas Manton was born in 1620 at Lydeard St. Lawrence, Somerset.[1] Manton spent most of his life in Oxford for his studies and London for ministry. Many remembered Manton as “the king of preachers” during his lifetime. Even the prince of preachers Charles Spurgeon (d. 1892) commended Manton’s sermons on Psalm 199; he said, “ThereContinue reading “A Biographical Sketch of Thomas Manton (1620-1677)”

Henry Silbor: “Beyond Death”

The reality of death encounters a person commonly when someone experiences losing a loved one. Is there an afterlife? What is next after death? For a child who lost his mother, “Will I ever see my mother again?”[1] Indeed, as human beings, we grieve. But “men of faith” believe that this is not the endContinue reading “Henry Silbor: “Beyond Death””

Biblical Reflection: Christ and Life

Leroy Seat, in his blog, quoted Shakespeare and George Bernard Shaw on their views about life. Macbeth, a realist, pessimistically exclaimed, “Out, out, brief candle!Life’s but a walking shadow, a poor playerThat struts and frets his hour upon the stageAnd then is heard no more: it is a taleTold by an idiot, full of soundContinue reading “Biblical Reflection: Christ and Life”

A Theological Reflection on John Roa’s Songs and His AMGO Album

This page does not intend to critic John Roa’s songs nor give insights about it. Interpretations are taken contextually and purely for theological reflection.** “No man is an island,” John Donne penned as he meditated about life. This is true in our reality and even in the Scriptures. As I ponder about this statement ofContinue reading “A Theological Reflection on John Roa’s Songs and His AMGO Album”

A Theological Reflection on Park Min Young’s “Her Private Life”

This page does not intend to critic the movie nor give insights about it. This is purely theological reflection of a “fanboy.“ *Spoiler warning* Synopsis of the movie: Park Min Young, as Sung Deok Mi, is a curator in an Art Gallery Museum and secretly a successful fangirl of famous Korean popstar, Cha Shi An.Continue reading “A Theological Reflection on Park Min Young’s “Her Private Life””