Thought LifePropelling the Gospel Ahead: David Platt and the SBC’s Future
I can think of no young leader who will be poised to do more to rally young Southern Baptists to go and if necessary die for the gospel so that unreached people may be saved.
Warren ThrockmortonNine Current Mars Hill Church Elders Take a Bold Stand
Nine current elders called on the church to change the governance and for Mark Driscoll to submit to a restoration plan.
The Anxious BenchThe Age of Evangelicalism
Non-evangelicals made evangelicalism influential as much as evangelicals themselves did.
EidosNothing Comes from Nothing
The valiant attempts by atheists to get "ought" from the "is" of science is, perhaps, one of the saddest sights in philosophy.
Jesus CreedI Love the Bible: Kaf
Sometimes our personal condition absorbs us; we can think of nothing but ourselves; we become self-preoccupied to the point of obsession. We need self-awareness; self-absorption we don't.
Adrian WarnockThis is My Story-Part 5
I foolishly persuaded myself that if life at school was hard, at least my work for God's church showed that I had something to offer.
CranachEvangelizing the Condemned Nazis
He used both firmness and compassion, applying both the Law and the Gospel, in an effort to bring these moral monsters to repentance and to Christ.
Good LettersThe Creationist Crisis Reprise
What struck me about the Ham kerfuffle is how this arises from the same place that his strict stance on young earth creationism does. At its core, this is not about the science; it is about hermeneutics.
Mark D. RobertsIs It “Goodbye Evangelicalism” or “We Join You In Your Suffering”?
Thabiti Anyabwile wrote a remarkable post about Ferguson and the failure of movement evangelicalism.