On Nathaniel Hawthorne and the Intersection of Literature & Theology

I just wrote a piece for the Gospel Coalition entitled “Darkening of the Light: Hawthorne and the Post-Puritan Conscience.” Some who enjoy probing the intersection of literature and theology may find it of interest. I personally love it, and don’t see enough folks doing it or even thinking it’s a valuable enterprise. It most certainly [Read More...]

Un-forgetting the Forgotten: The Legacy of Jan Huss

Just read an interesting story on the legacy of Jan Huss, the great proto-Reformer of the present-day Czech Republic. If you’ve never heard of Huss or haven’t thought much about him, this Baptist Press piece is well worth your time. Here’s a bit: He became a priest not for noble or spiritual reasons but simply [Read More...]

My Top 3 Top 10 Lists of 2012

The whole top 10 thing is officially a “thing.” Such lists can be funny, but I really enjoy them. So, without further ado, here are three of particular note. 1. Collin Hansen’s top 10 theology stories of 2012. Hansen has done this for five years now. He has an exceptionally sharp eye for this sort [Read More...]

You Can Buy: 4 Gospel-Driven Books on Jonathan Edwards for $4 Total

This is a sobering day by any stretch. If you are like me processing the horror in Newtown, CT, the fruit of freshly stunning evil–the same evil that lurks in all of us–here are two resources from Al Mohler that may be of help: blog and podcast. In an unusual circumstance, friends have just let [Read More...]

The Crisis of the Trinity in Early Modern England

I just received a brand-new book in the prestigious Oxford Studies of Historical Theology series.  It’s by an accomplished young historian by the name of Paul C. H. Lim. At Vanderbilt University, Lim is Associate Professor of the History of Christianity in the Divinity School, Associate Professor of Religious Studies, and Affiliated Faculty in the Department of History.  [Read More...]


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