April 24, 2017

Riffs: David Mills/Noel Cordle: What Are Our Kids Reading, Anyway?

Our guest blogger today is my daughter, Noel Cordle, who is riffing on David Mills review of contemporary young people's literature in the current issue of Touchstone magazine. Noel recently finished her English degree from Ohio … [Continue reading...]

Russ Moore on The Lord’s Supper

Communion (Really) from Russell Moore on Vimeo. … [Continue reading...]

From the Writer’s Worktable: Check in, but don’t always Buy in

This was going in at the end of a chapter on the Christian and the Bible that I've been working on yesterday and today, but it fell out when I changed directions. It may appear in some form in later chapters more intentionally … [Continue reading...]

Internet Monk Radio Podcast #148

This week: Where is the Gospel in the Church? Credo House. Blogosphere spiritual formation. Jesus calls the first disciples. Support the IM sponsors: New Reformation Press. New teaching available. Emmaus Retreat Center. A great … [Continue reading...]

Michael Bell: What Is An “Average Church?”

Welcome back IM First Officer Michael Bell as the guest blogger today. You may have heard people say that the "average" sized church in the U.S. or Canada is about 75 people. You also may have heard someone say that the … [Continue reading...]

Blogosphere Spirituality: An Assessment

I'm writing about spirituality these days. Yeah, I know how a lot of you feel about that word. So deal. We're going to use it. We're also going to use another word some of you don't like: formation. Now that we're good and … [Continue reading...]

Riffs: Karen Armstrong on the Science/Religion Cul De Sac and N.T. Wright on his Differences with Piper

Karen Armstrong (pronounced Car-en, if you care) isn't a religion scholar I'd normally recommend, but I think she makes a fairly good description of what appears to be a good bit of the situation we find ourselves in as regards … [Continue reading...]

The IM Weekend Report: 07:11:09

If you haven't read my daughter's account of her reception into the Anglican Church, you should do so. And you should add her to your RSS feed, etc. Quite an eclectic selection of posts, but all good. New Reformation Press has … [Continue reading...]

Reader Request: Problems With Baptists and the Lord’s Supper

UPDATE: Other IM posts on this topic: Baptist Reasons For Not Celebrating the LS, Confessional Resources, Discerning the Presence of Christ, Intro to the Baptist Way. LOTS of links to Baptist material on the supper in this posts, … [Continue reading...]

Reposted: David Chanski on the Baptist View of the Lord’s Supper (With My Thoughts)

Good, solid, simple, basic Baptist teaching on the Lord’s Supper is remarkably hard to come by. David Chanski from Trinity Baptist in Montvale, N.J. takes care of business in less than 40 minutes. It’s Sermonaudio and requires … [Continue reading...]