The Temperature is Rising for Chinese Christians

Christianity Today reports on growing persecution of Chinese Christians by the government: Incidents of persecution of Christians rose by about 42 percent last year compared with 2011, according to the report by human rights group China Aid. Many of these incidents involved groups of Christians. In total, the number of individual persecuted Christians rose by roughly 14 [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 Week-est Link, July 11, 2008

1. Over at the CBMW blog, Brent Nelson has some helpful thoughts on what Paul’s comment on women being saved through childbearing in 1 Timothy 2:15 means. I’m preaching on this passage this weekend, so I found his comments particularly apropo! 2. Sovereign Grace has another leadership podcast up, this one on “The Pastor and [Read More...]

Henry Center Travelogue, Day Five: Final Thoughts

Here’s the recap from day five, the final day of the conference, May 31. I’m not going to recap the last few talks, though I will tell you that this morning featured a stimulating session with Drs. Robert Priest of TEDS and David Lee of Evangel Seminary. In their papers, the speakers considered the topic [Read More...]

Hong Kong Travelogue, Day Two: The Resort Seminary and Chow Yun-Fat’s House

I’m in Hong Kong with the Henry Center, my employer, as we’re hosting an international conference on evangelical identity. I’ll be blogging about the conference on the Henry Center blog and will cross-post here. Today was a day of sightseeing as the gracious staff of Evangel Seminary hosted the conference speakers from TEDS and elsewhere [Read More...]


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