Opening Statements for the Trinity Debate on This Thursday, October 9

In working with the Henry Center, I get to work on events that bless and strengthen the faith and witness of the church.  This Thursday, October 9th at 7pm at TEDS we’re hosting such an event, a debate featuring Wayne Grudem, Bruce Ware on others on the question: Do relations of authority and submission exist eternally [Read More…]

The Week-est Link, October 3, 2008

1. Mark Driscoll interviews excellent Christian rap artist LeCrae, who has recorded a song based on a John Piper book.  And you thought I was kidding. (HT: JT) 2. The CBMW blog, Gender Blog, has just published my three-part series on a blueprint for manhood.  The blog is currently not loading, but here’s the link if you’re [Read More…]

Books of Note: Mark Driscoll’s “A Book You’ll Actually Read” Series

It’s tough to find books to give to non-Christians that are at once accessible, helpful, and rich. I think I’ve found a great reference for you and for me as we seek to help unbelievers (and young Christians) understand the Christian faith. The “Books You’ll Actually Read” series, written by Seattle pastor Mark Driscoll, is [Read More…]

Books of Note: Bob Kauflin’s “Worship Matters”

I have recently come into possession of a number of new Crossway titles, several of which are well worth reading. The first is pastor and musician Bob Kauflin’s book on worship, Worship Matters (Crossway, 2008). Here’s a synopsis of the book from the foreword: “In Worship Matters, Bob leads us skillfully through the Scriptures and [Read More…]

The Week-est Link, February 29, 2008: Biblical Training Galore

1. If you have not ever checked out the site called “Biblical Training”, you must. It has a treasure trove of theological resources, including full-length classes taught by a number of eminent scholars. For example, you could take a class on systematic theology from my father-in-law, Bruce Ware. Here’s the thing: it’s all free! And [Read More…]