May 31, 2021

There are inherent problems with overly large churches which do not have proper accountability structures and supervisors in place to deal with the brokenness that is a part of human life.  All too often these giant congregations have NO external supervision, which is a problem in itself, because it is based on a non-Biblical view of ecclesiology.  The early church most certainly had external supervisors— apostles, and their co-workers and eventually itinerant bishops as well.   But that is not all…. Read more

May 30, 2021

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May 29, 2021

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May 28, 2021

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May 26, 2021

Crime fiction is a particular sort of thriller. And some writers are just much better at it than others. This seems to be a particular skill of British novelists, like P.D. James, or Ellis Peters, or Ian Rankin, or for that matter Dorothy Sayers. Susan Hill deserves to be considered in this august company for her Simon Serrailler series.   What makes this series of novels especially interesting for Christian readers is that there are in fact some Christian characters in… Read more

May 25, 2021

Several of my friends and students have suffered from COVID. Several have had families endangered abroad by military take overs. It’s been a tough semester.    Here is a song to knit up the raveled sleeve of care…. as the Bard would say.   Read more

May 24, 2021

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May 23, 2021

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May 22, 2021

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