Can You Lose Your Salvation? Competing Views from Mark Driscoll & Greg Boyd

In the past several weeks, much controversy has arisen over Mark Driscoll and the church he started in Seattle. Things have become so bad that even Acts 29 removed the pastor and church from their membership and encouraged him to resign and get help. Needless to say, Mark Driscoll is once again a polarizing figure [Read More...]

Sermon Prep: a couple hours, half the work week, or more?

Editor’s Note: If you are reading this, you are probably interested in preaching. As such, I hope I can simply point you towards our great NT Wright Logos book giveaway (we are giving away a collection of 36 books!). Enter here! ——————————————————– It’s always interesting to hear about various pastor’s methods for sermon preparation. Two [Read More...]

Treat Them Like a Tax Collector: Reflections on Matthew 18, Church Discipline, and Andrew

Jesus offers a model for reconciliation in Matthew 18.15-17.  Often, these three verses are used for the opposite of this: alienation.  These words operate as a law in some settings, when in fact they are meant to give guidance toward restoring relationship. Over the past few days, Matthew Paul Turner hosted a series of blogs [Read More...]

Mark Dricoll Interviewed by Dr. Drew (video)

As most of you know, I do not endorse Mark Driscoll’s book on marriage (based on the content that I am aware of). My main concern is with the hierarchy that his form of complementarianism imposes, holding back women from their God given potential. With that said, I think that he handled himself well in [Read More...]


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