Jim Elliot Sermon

I think many of my readers may be interested in downloading and listening to these two sermons. I’ve yet to listen to them, but I will very soon. Jim Elliot has been a great Christian hero to me, and to find out that you can listen to a sermon or two of his is a great blessing. So, head to …

Make Us Dangerous

I hate to post two quotes in a row, but this one really just hit me so hard when I read it (HT: Hannah.) Isn’t so amazing how we are so meek and mild when it comes to our faith? Isn’t it amazing how silent we become when it comes to the gospel which we so gloriously proclaim on Sunday …

Bits and Pieces

“The basic problem of Christians in this country,” says Francis Schaeffer in A Christian Manifesto, “in regard to society and in regard to government, is that they have seen things in bits and pieces instead of totals.” Furthermore, Christians have very gradually “become disturbed over permissiveness, pornography, the public schools, the breakdown of the family, and finally abortion. But they …

Short and Sweet

Some people might understand the subtle humor in that title (hint: read my profile). Anyway, after some deep consideration, I’m going to keep up this “short” posting process to some degree. It will be intermittent with longer posts on issues that require more than a short post. But I really enjoy reading short snippets every day instead of a huge …

Die Out In Me

One thing of the Lord desire, for all my life hath miry been — Be it by water or by fire, oh, make me clear, oh, make me clean! So wash me now, without, within, or purge with fire, if that must be, No matter how, if only sin die out in me, die out in me. –Unknown

War and Peace

David Ketter takes on the issue of pacifism in his insightful sister article to my article “Love Your Enemies”. I encourage you to check out both of them.

Wayne Grudem Responds

So, for those following the ongoing saga, click on this link and dive in. (HT: Tim)

Agent Tim Online Podcast

Check it out on the right side. The brand new Agent Tim Online podcast. You won’t want to miss this discussion on the emerging church and post-modernism.

Wayne Grudem Changes His Views

To be short, I’ll quote John Piper here. Justin Taylor drew our attention to the fact that Wayne revised section F1 in his new edition of Systematic Theology (pp. 982-983). The section is titled, “Do Churches Need to Be Divided Over Baptism?” In the first edition, Wayne answered that question no. In the new edition, he does not answer it. …

That Great Steel Cross

I think this message from John Piper should help us as we wrestle with the tough issue presented in my post on God’s justice.