October 20, 2017

Archives for January 2008

Thinking About the Canon: A Post-Evangelical’s View

After reading Mark Shea’s By What Authority? and revisiting Craig Allert’s A High View of Scripture? I started making some notes on my own ideas about the question of canonicity. This post will be followed later by popular Internet Monk poster and famous Lutheran blogger Josh Strodtbeck, who will give us the Lutheran view of […]

Internet Monk Radio Podcast #85

Some news. Inerrancy (***sigh***) and Godliness with contentment. (I’m still learning my new software, so when I get confused at the end, mumble and give the wrong show number, I’m pushing dials and buttons.) Steve Brown, etc. Be sure and get your three free sins.

Tim Horton….uh…Challies: The IM Interview

How much does Crossway want to get Tim Challies’ new book on the New York Times bestseller list? Apparently, not much, because they’ve sent him down here for a blog-tour interview. The change of atmosphere from teampyro to here must be pretty stressful, but Tim’s a hardy Canadian and can handle the transition. Seriously, Tim’s […]

Recommendation and Review: The Books of the Bible (TNIV)

So now that a whole new crop of you are sure that I don’t believe the Bible at all, let’s all try to actually read it, OK? The Books of the Bible is an edition of the TNIV translation in rearranged, reformatted text without verse numbers, chapter numbers or subheadings. (Chapter and verse numbers appear […]

iMonk 101: Inerrancy Posts

There are several posts here at Internet Monk that relate to the post and discussion of inerrancy and escalating theological rhetoric. C.S. Lewis and Inerrancy. Five Reasons I Don’t Use the Term Inerrancy. Ten Questions On the Bible. Answers Not In Genesis. A Conversation in God’s Kitchen. (My major essay on the Bible.) Conrad Hyers: […]

My Theology Can Beat Up Your Theology: Thoughts on always saying more than the other guy.

I’ve had an idea running around in my mind for a few months, and I’m going to try and get it down on paper. It’s slippery, and rather than try to sound profound, I think it would be best to say this is a bit of advice for those in the mood to listen (which […]

Sermon: In The Water With Bill Maher (A Sermon on the Baptism of Jesus)

Here’s the sermon I preached this morning at a Presbyterian Church nearby. It’s the Sunday we mark the Baptism of Jesus. Atheists often characterize Christians as somewhere between stupid and mentally ill. It’s unfortunate that some Christians return the rhetoric in kind, saying that atheists are evil, dumb, etc. The fact is that this isn’t […]

Internet Monk Radio Podcast #84

Bill Maher calls Christians mental cases. (Yeah, I know this would be better at Coffee Cup Apologetics.) Choral Treasure Gothic Records Catalog Bill Maher quote and information on the film, Religulous. Randy Stonehill

A Ron Paul Supporter No More

UPDATE II:Reporters at Reason Mag say evidence indicates that Lew Rockwell edited the newsletters. UPDATE: My friend Travis Prinzi writes about the newsletter controversy. I don’t normally do politics in this space. I gave that up several years ago and I’m not going back. But I’ve had a Ron Paul For President icon on the […]

Coffee Cup Apologetics 32

Podcast 32 C.S. Lewis’s Mere Christianity and Emerging Church Evangelism. The podcast website is Coffee Cup Apologetics. All the episodes of Coffee Cup Apologetics are now on iTunes. Go to iTunes and search for “Apologetics.”