A Sweet Work of God’s Spirit: A Reflective Review of Collin Hansen’s New Book Young, Restless, Reformed

One of the more shocking developments in the evangelical bubble the last few years was the sudden appearance of a number of very thoughtful journalistic pieces on the reformed movement and its figures in the mainstream evangelical magazine Christianity Today. CT, as it is known in the evangelical world, is well-known for its international focus, [Read More...]

The Week-est Link, March 21, 2008: Devotions?

1. Video of Tim Keller speaking apologetically. Keller’s talk is not to be missed and can be used both to edify and instruct Christians. (HT: Justin Taylor) 2. Helpful discussion of how to tackle the sometimes thorny subject of morning devotions. Covenant Life members CJ Mahaney, former pastor, and Jeff Purswell, pastor and theologian, are [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...]

The Week-est Link, February 22, 2008: Mohler, Carson, and One Powerful Song

1. Andy Naselli, a friend from TEDS and PhD student in New Testament (and D. A. Carson’s research guy) blogs about the online history of Southern Seminary that I worked on a few years back. I’m linking to it here because Andy lays out the site’s content in a really helpful way. If you’ve never [Read More...]

The Seasons of a Seminarian: Beginning, Middle, and End

I mentioned last week an overview series I just did on seminary at the SBTS metablog, Said at Southern. I want to link to all three of these pieces here in order to let you know about them. I don’t think that they are anything amazing, but I do think that you could give them [Read More...]

Seeking Calm in Storms: Pray for Union University in Jackson, Tennessee

I don’t know if you’ve heard this or not, but a major tornado ripped through parts of the South last night. The school my sister-in-law attends, Union University, was hit very hard by these storms. CNN actually covered the wreckage and interviewed students and the President of the school, David Dockery. I would encourage you [Read More...]

New Series at Said at Southern: Seasons of a Seminarian, Part One

I’m itching to write a number of things this week, but I first want to tell you about a series of articles I’m writing at Said at Southern, the SBTS metablog, about seminary. If you’ve ever wanted a kind of overview of the seminary experience from a student’s perspective, you might find this series interesting. [Read More...]

The Week-est Link, Dec. 7

1. The strangest–and most hilarious–commercial I’ve ever seen. Suffice it to say that after you watch this, you will never hear the words “berries and cream” in the same way. Also, go here to discover more of Starburst’s excessively strange commercials. 2. This man takes good pictures. My wife and I randomly met him and [Read More...]

Preaching We Need: Scroggins on Forgiveness

This last part of the “Preaching We Need” mini-series comes from one of Southern Seminary’s finest preachers, Dr. Jimmy Scroggins. The dean of Boyce College, the undergraduate school of the seminary, Scroggins is a born preacher and a personal friend. He possesses the winsomeness, the sharp mind, and the masculine force necessary to construct and [Read More...]


CLOSE | X

HIDE | X