5 Responses to Interview with Tom Nettles on His Biography of James P. Boyce

  1. Eric Redmond May 25, 2010 at 4:44 pm #

    Thanks for a great post, Jim!

  2. Jerry Mayfield May 26, 2010 at 1:22 pm #

    Nettles’ answer was very well stated. People often disqualify based on their own moral litmus test without considering the truth from God’s word which is being expounded. Given the effective work of God on Boyce’s life the Lord was actively remaking his mind, writing upon his heart, and transforming his being into the likeness of Christ. Praise God for a man commited to live on the potter’s wheel. May we too strive to exist on the wheel of the potter as He reshapes and remolds by His great redemption. We are all unfinished works of mercy and grace praise be to God.

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