You spoke, CJ listened and a new group blog was born

You, the great blog-reading public demanded it - CJ had to listen!  Being the humble and wise man that he is, he knew that even better than a blog of his own would be a GROUP blog.  And what a group! Mark Dever, CJ Mahaney, Lig Duncan, and Al Mohler are now blogging at Together for the Gospel (T4G) blog where I am told "they will discuss a variety of topics (from preaching to culture to theology) in the context of warm friendship"  These men are well known for … [Read more...]

Al Mohler gives Narnia the thumbs up!

Aslan Is On the Move on Film says Al:Like many admirers of Lewis' work, I harbored deep suspicions that the movie would not be faithful to the book. After all, the movie world has robbed and pillaged many of history's greatest works of literature. Furthermore, given the unmistakable Christian allusions in Lewis' work, The Chronicles of Narnia would be particularly susceptible to cinematic subversion.Those fears were unfounded. The film is a tour de force, combining faithfulness to Lewis' story … [Read more...]

Lets talk about sex…………..and the supremacy of Christ

They say that the Victorians loved to talk about death but never mentioned sex. In the modern world we have reveresed that trend. Todays group book review from diet of bookworms is of a substantial work bringing together contributions from some outstanding Christian authors on the subject of sex and the supremacy of Christ.Contibutors include John Piper, Scott Croft, David Powlinson and Albert Mohler so you should know immediately that you are in for a treat.I often feel that books containing … [Read more...]

Brian Maclaren – a generous neo-liberalism?

Albert Mohler:"Even though he would be more appropriately categorized as a "post-evangelical," McLaren was listed as one of 25 influential evangelicals in the February 7, 2005 edition of TIME magazine. In its profile, TIME referred to a conference last spring at which McLaren was addressed with a question related to gay marriage. "You know what," McLaren responded, "The thing that breaks my heart is that there's no way I can answer it without hurting someone on either side." TIME referred to … [Read more...]


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