- NT Wright's shocking assertion of what Pentecost means
- Notes from Tim Keller's Sermon "Joy"
- CS Lewis on our problem being that we desire too little
- Eulogy for My Father Stan Vander Klay
- Are you asking for a sign? Praying for clarity?
- Annie Dillard Quote on Crash Helmets needed for worship
- Notes from Tim Keller's "The Gospel and Your Wealth"
- How Should Science and Religion Converse?
- Tim Keller quotes BB Warfield in a sermon on miracles
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- Dallas Willard on "What Is Skepticism For" wp.me/p10bzQ-14C Veritas Forum 3 days ago
- So This is Water, The Water Is Joy wp.me/p10bzQ-14r riffing on David Foster Wallace's commencement set to youtube 6 days ago
- What’s Wrong with “Family Values” | First Things shar.es/lBg3B The nuclear family is not traditional family. by Peter Leithart 1 week ago
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- Happy Ascension Day! NT Wright on the meaning of the Ascension wp.me/p10bzQ-48 1 week ago
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- Notes from Andy Crouch's talk on Power wp.me/p10bzQ-12X 1 week ago
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- RT @EricJDirksen: The person who wants the restoration of the earth wants the kingdom of God whether she knows it or not. - Cornelius Plant… 2 weeks ago
Monthly Archives: April 2012
Comments from me on the CRC Network Classis Blog on Classes that don’t seat women. Are you saying complementarianism is cultural? I don’t know that we can have a conversation that asserts knowledge that transcends culture, not because culture cannot … Continue reading
I wrote this as a response to a posting on Calvin-In-Common on a reported conclusion of Marcus Borg that the Bible is a human product, not a divine one. Human product or a divine one? I couldn’t let that assertion … Continue reading
Paul vs. Elymas As I mentioned in previous posts I’m spending the week pondering the story of Paul’s confrontation with Bar-Jesus/Elymas in Cyprus at the beginning of his first missionary journey. Luke takes great pains to emphasize the presence, power … Continue reading
On All About Android this week one of the reviewers shared a game called Babel Rising where you are God and you can smite men building the tower of Babel. Ron Richards was having a great time with it. I … Continue reading
Christianity arose during a time when there was already enormous religious curiosity on the part of Romans and other pagans about Eastern religions and divinities ranging from Isis to Jesus. It sought to take advantage of this curiosity, and it … Continue reading