What Should You Do When No One’s Mentoring You?

Did you see this excellent piece over at The Gospel Coalition? It’s on mentoring, and it focuses in particular on woman-to-woman relationships. Most all of us want to be invested in, but not all of us have succeeded at finding someone to do it. If that’s true of you, this article has a good deal [Read More...]

Beginning Work at the Council on Biblical Manhood & Womanhood

I am excited, officially, to work at the Council on Biblical Manhood & Womanhood as Executive Director. CBMW is an organization that has had a major impact on my life and theology. I trained under leading complementarians Bruce Ware (former CBMW president), Al Mohler, and Mark Dever. Under these figures (and others) I learned about [Read More...]

Credo Magazine Interviews Bruce Ware on the New Perspective

This from Credo magazine: Last fall I (Matthew Barrett) had the pleasure of sitting down with Dr. Bruce Ware, Professor of Christian Theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, to talk about evangelicalism–past, present, and future. Ware is a former president of the Evangelical Theological Society and he provides much insight on the current state of evangelicalism. In [Read More...]

First Issue of Credo Magazine: John Frame, Bruce Ware, Tim Challies on Scripture

A few months back I made mention of a new magazine, Credo, which is reformed, credobaptistic, and focused on theology and history.  The first issue was published yesterday and it is a humdinger. Click here to go to the main page of the magazine.  Credo is an online production, and you can read it either [Read More...]

An Essential Talk by Bruce Ware on Manhood

The following was just posted at the blog of The Gospel Coalition: Theologian Bruce Ware just gave a noteworthy talk on godly manhood at his church, Clifton Baptist Church of Louisville, Kentucky.  The talk was entitled “Select Principles on Being a Biblically Faithful Man and Husband”.  I heard the talk and commend the audio to [Read More...]

ETS Highlights: The Moore Tour and More (Including Beignets)

As some of you know, the Evangelical Theological Society met last week in New Orleans, Louisiana.  I was able to go, and I had some thoughts on “highlights” of the experience (what is it with Americans and highlights, anyway?). 1. Russ Moore gave a fun and informative tour on the literary culture of New Orleans.  [Read More...]

ETS Live-Blog: Bruce Ware’s 2009 Presidential Address

I am live-blogging the 2009 Evangelical Theological Society Presidential Address by Dr. Bruce Ware, professor of Christian Theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (Louisville, KY).  Dr. Ware’s message, entitled “The Man Christ Jesus,” looks to be customarily rich and insightful. It is an honor to attend this address in New Orleans and to share [Read More...]

John Piper Tunes in and So Can You: The Henry Center Website Report

An update from the Henry Center on its website.  We’ve been pushing the site in recent days, and it’s great to give a very brief public report: What do folks like John Piper, Justin Taylor, Millard Erickson, and Thabiti Anyabwile have in common? Answer: They all check the HCTU website and listen to its content. [Read More...]

The Link 10.9.09: Ravi Zacharias Media, No Cookies for Harvard, and Missional Christology

1. Let me say a public thank-you to those of you who are responding (overwhelmingly!) to the call for BibleMesh beta-testers.  You have until this coming Monday, October 12 at 12pm to send me your email. 2. The Ravi Zacharias media is up and is free.  You can watch his lecture, his chapel address, and [Read More...]

The Link 9.25.09: Glenn Beck, The Way We Die, and Driscoll’s Free Stuff

This is an eclectic day.  As usual.  For the report on Ravi Zacharias, see number 7. 1. Time Magazine recently ran a piece on conservative commentator Glenn Beck.  Interesting read. 2. A piece to read from the NYT on the debate over health-care, end-of-life issues, and “death panels.” There’s a bunch to sort out here, [Read More...]


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