I have been sitting on this post for a long time. My students have heard me make this argument in class, but I have been hesitant to post it. The main reason I haven’t posted until now is my great respect for the continuationists at Sovereign Grace Ministries. Those guys are among the most humble, […]
Those of you interested in approaching youth ministry in terms of equipping parents to disciple their children and helping them in that process will want to check out Alex Chediak’s blog report of the recent reThink Conference. Here’s the lineup of posts: 1. Introduction 2. Interview with Steve Wright (part 1) 3. Interview with Steve […]
The Bible is clear, but that doesn’t mean that it is easy to rightly interpret it. Interpreting the Bible rightly is one of the hardest things in the world to do. And if interpretation is difficult, proclamation is even harder. We move beyond the meaning of the points made in the text to questions like: […]
I’ll be speaking on the most biblical form of ecclesiology at Redeemer Community Church in Katy, TX tomorrow night, Sunday, April 27, 2008 at 7pm. If you’re in the area, I would love to see you. I’ll be arguing that the most biblical form of ecclesiology is the one practiced historically by Baptist churches: elder-led […]
How can evangelicals best influence the United States of America? I submit that there is a better answer than the one that would be given by either Chris Matthews or Rush Limbaugh. The greatest influence evangelical Christians can have upon American society and politics will not come by lobbying Washington, getting out the vote, or […]
It’s great to see this volume on Restoring Integrity in Baptist Churches appear. Dr. Mohler writes: “The loss of a biblical vision of the local church–indeed the collapse of biblical ecclesiology in many congregations–is the greatest threat to Baptists. Restoring Integrity in Baptist Churces is a book urgently needed and well timed. The writers of […]
Informative story here from David Kotter at the CBMW blog. You might also check out Kotter’s post where he summarizes Wayne Grudem’s reflections on his experience in the gender debate over the last 20 years. I commend this blog to your attention, and may the Lord grant us grace to glorify him as we enjoy […]
My friend Randy Stinson sent me this book my Steve Wright and Chris Graves. I’ve only thumbed through it, but it looks to me like this is a very important book. If you’ve wondered how best to shepherd your own children, or how the church should shepherd its young people, you’ll want to consider this […]
The paper that I presented last week at ETS is here. May the Lord be pleased to help us leverage all we have–including the internet–for his glory in the church and in Christ Jesus.
Baptist Church of the Redeemer recently hosted a seminar on The Local Church: God’s Program for Evangelism and Discipleship. Thanks to the labors of some good brothers, the audio is available for the two sessions: Session I: What Is The Church? Session II: How Does the Church Militant Wage Her War?
Fascinating discussion on the church’s role in the world here. Subscribe here. My recommendation of the new Commentary on the New Testament use of the Old Testament here.
This Saturday, November 10, from 9am to Noon, Baptist Church of the Redeemer will be hosting a Redeemer Institute Seminar on The Local Church: God’s Program for Evangelism and Discipleship. Hope to see you there!
I recently posted a series of responses to questions posed to me on Family Integrated Churches. The article by Bonnie Pritchett has appeared in the Southern Baptist Texan and is available online here.