We all know we’re imperfect. We all have at least a dim awareness that in some way we are not [...]
I’ve long not been a fan of evangelistic tracts, but recently I’ve come to the conclusion that the reason I [...]
Okay, for all you John Williamson junkies out there, the title is tongue-in-cheek. The reason I can accuse John Williamson of [...]
Up at Everyday Liturgy.
Justin Taylor has pointed to two resources on the idea of merit by Lee Irons – a series of blog [...]
Lee Iron’s quotes Meredith Kline in his 4th post on merit saying: …the value of the Son’s atonement payment was [...]
I’ve tried to pare back the number of links in the sidebar and so got rid of a lot. Initially [...]
I’ve just got off the phone to Hewlett Packard customer service. We bought a printer last December. On the whole [...]
220 is at Imago Dei. 219 was at Chasing the Wind. 221 will be at Everyday Liturgy.
Therefore let us leave the elementary doctrine of Christ and go on to maturity, not laying again a foundation of [...]
Jared Wilson disagrees with Mark Driscoll about how a “lead pastor” should relate to his congregation. The rub, as I understand [...]
Apparently N. T. Wright has made some provocative comments about heaven. He doesn’t think Christians will spend eternity there. He [...]
Wink, a very occasional poster over at Parableman, has written a number of posts discussing hell. His position seems to [...]
I had something big – really big! – planned for this edition of the Christian Carnival, but something small got [...]
This week the Christian Carnival will be held here this coming Wednesday. Yes, we are hosting it this week. For those [...]