October 20, 2017

Archives for August 2007

Devotional Resources for Your iPod + Writing For The Empty Nest

I am helped daily by good audio resources on my iPod. I’d like to share two resources that are new to me and very encouraging. Many of us never hear any preaching from the mainline denominations. Our entire exposure to preaching is from evangelicals and fundamentalists, but many mainline preachers are worth hearing. I’ve discovered […]

A Response to Jon

I’ve closed the comments on this one since the original post containing the comment was removed. You can still read my response here.

iMonk 101: God’s Sovereignty and God’s Providence

What I believe about God’s sovereignty and God’s providence.

Internet Monk Radio Podcast #68

Critical engagement with teachers and preachers. Bookstore visit. Koukl-Beckwith conversation. Internet Monk Radio is on iTunes Podcasts for free. Search for Monk. The Internet Monk Radio Podcast is brought to you by The Theology Program. Steve Brown on John Piper. Robie and Robie Books, Berea, Ky Stand to Reason

Coffee Cup Apologetics 16

“Will God punish people forever in hell?” In this second segment, I talk about what happens when we give up the belief that God is a just and perfect judge. Coffee Cup Apologetics now has its own website: ccapologetics.wordpress.com All the episodes of Coffee Cup Apologetics are now on iTunes. I’m working to get the […]

Christian Unity in Appalachia

Where I live, there’s a remarkable amount of visible unity among Christians. I’d like to describe it for you, at least as I’ve seen and experienced it. I live in one of the poorest regions of the United States. Two counties near to us are in the federal government’s list of the ten poorest counties […]

Recommendation and Review: For Us And Our Salvation by Stephen Nichols.

Stephen Nichols has a proven track record as a teacher of church history who can write on the level of the interested layman and keep the important matters important, the obscure in a safe place and the relevant on the front burner. His introduction to the life and work of Martin Luther is the best […]

When You’ve Read My 800 Page Theology Book, The Bible’s Simple Meaning Will Be Obvious

Every so often, I entertain the notion that if the theologians would leave us alone, Christians would get along quite differently. I know someone- actually a lot of someones- are going to tell me that Christians will divide over the color of the carpet without the help of any theologians, and that is certainly true. […]

Answers to “Can You Be Too God-Centered?” + What you can learn from reactions to a provocative question

I’d like to do two things in this post. Really, this should be two posts, but I’m lazy. First, I want to give some tentative answers to the question raised on this blog and discussed throughout the blogosphere, “Can We Be Too God-Centered?” My answers will be brief, and I’ll unpack them a bit more […]

Ordinary Questions 2: Thoughts and A Story

UPDATE: You have to wonder why David Wayne can see that it’s possible to cite and commend both Piper and myself positively, while other reformed bloggers are denouncing me for denying sovereignty and hating on Piper? “From a different perspective….” I guess that phrase is allowed some places and not others. First, thoughts. You go […]