November 27, 2014

Recommendation and Review: Morte D’Urban by J.F. Powers

My wife says I need to read more fiction, and she's right as usual. So, of course, I find a way to read religious fiction. After finishing J.F. Powers Morte D'Urban, I wanted to share this wonderful book with you. J.F. Powers … [Continue reading...]

Coffee Cup Apologetics 23

Podcast 23. This and that. Re-recommending Kreeft's book on apologetics. Why debate if you believe in depravity? Brad Pitt's objection to an egotistical God. The Handbook of Christian Apologetics. Brad Pitt quote. Coffee … [Continue reading...]

Recommendation and Review: Ten Reasons to Love The ESV Literary Study Bible

I've seen so many special edition Bibles the last ten years that I've gotten very cynical about anything new. When I see things like the Maxwell Leadership Bible or a newly released Apologetics Bible that features an endless list … [Continue reading...]

An Official Apology

UPDATE: Check out the 50 Top Selling Authors in Evangelical Publishing and you'll see what's wrong with us. (And sorry Reformed boys, but that is DON, not John.) Time for an official apology. (WARNING: If you are ironically … [Continue reading...]

Quote

Here's a great quote from a World Council of Churches statement in 2006. "Each church is the church catholic and not simply a part of it. Each church is the church catholic, but not the whole of it. Each church fulfills its … [Continue reading...]

Internet Monk Radio Podcast #73

Featuring cuts from "Ghosts and Spirits," the new project from Phil Woodward. This CD is a musical adaptation of C.S.Lewis's The Great Divorce. Lectionary preaching podcasts, Goings on around IM this week, "Modesty" in I … [Continue reading...]

Coffee Cup Apologetics 22

"Lessons from Mere Christianity 4" The fourth podcast examining Lewis's apologetic approach in this classic book. I discuss Lewis's way of talking about Jesus. Coffee Cup Apologetics now has its own website: … [Continue reading...]

Great Lectionary Preaching

I'm absolutely enthused over two sermon podcasts I've been listening to for several weeks. Both are examples of Anglican/Episcopal Churches that are standing for historic orthodoxy, but also embodying the Gospel in relevant, … [Continue reading...]

Dumb Up, Brother: A Spirituality of Ignorance

Somewhere in the backlogs of this web site I recounted what it was like being on staff at a church full of seminary students. Everyone knew so much that we had real difficulty doing anything- like buying stamps- without endless … [Continue reading...]

What Belongs to All of Us (3)

"What Belongs to All of Us" is exactly what it says.Colossians 1:12 ...giving thanks to the Father, who has qualified you to share in the inheritance of the saints in light. 13 He has delivered us from the domain of darkness and … [Continue reading...]