Doing Ministry with a Shelby Cobra Mustang Engine (Like Piper & Carson)

I just did an interview with Christ the Center, a podcast produced by the Reformed Forum, which is associated with Westminster Theological Seminary.  This is a high-powered theological podcast that has hosted such important discussions as the recent debate among Presbyterian theologians over justification and union with Christ (with Michael Horton and Lane Tipton) and [Read More...]

Things You Should Listen to: The Reformed Forum Podcast

Do you know about the Reformed Forum?  You should.  It’s great. It’s a podcast done by some really good guys affiliated with Westminster Theological Seminary and the Presbyterian Church of America (PCA).  Here’s the brief description: Reformed Forum is a reformed theology media network, which seeks to serve the church by providing content dedicated to [Read More...]

The Art and Utility of Christian Biography

Over at the Gospel Coalition, A. Donald MacLeod, an eminent Christian historian, has penned a piece entitled “The Joys and Frustrations of a Christian Biographer.”  The piece is a slightly edited version of the commencement message he delivered at Westminster East in the spring of 2011.  I read it then and have read it again [Read More...]

G. K. Beale: God’s Sovereignty in Creation Leads to His Sovereignty in Judgment and Redemption

I recently read this little nugget in the dissertation of Wheaton New Testament scholar G. K. Beale, a work entitled The Use of Daniel in Jewish Apocalyptic Literature and in the Revelation of St. John (University Press, 1984).  Commenting on how the creation motif fits into the general flow of Revelation 4-5, Beale drops this [Read More...]

The Week-est Link, July 4, 2008

1. The New York Times is chronicling the changes on American college campuses as professors whose careers began in the ’60s retire. Perhaps we’ll see more of an openness to conservatives in the future. One can hope so. 2. It’s Nadal-Federer in the Wimbledon final. How shocking. 3. Historical theologian (the best kind, natch) Carl [Read More...]


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