I’m so glad Dr. Ware got this book written just in time for my sons to be old enough to have it read to them! If you’re in the Louisville area, you’ll want to check out that reading that Dr. Ware is doing TODAY at 10am at the Lifeway Campus Store on the SBTS Campus. […]
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Auburndale Baptist Church is doing good ministry here in Louisville, KY, and it has been a joy to get acquainted with their pastor, Brian Croft, in recent days. Brian has taken up a topic that is all too often overlooked, and he has done us all a favor by doing it concisely! If you’re a […]
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Well, perhaps like me you’re a little hesitant to assert “A. T. Robertson is my homeboy,” because we would not want to communicate any disrespect, and from the stories we’ve heard about the way he would summon students to stand up in class and give recitations of the lesson, we might be a little afraid […]
All this week the folks at the CBMW blog will be posting installments of Thomas R. Schreiner’s review of Scot McKnight’s book, The Blue Parakeet. Part 1 is up. Part 2 is up. Part 3 is up. Part 4 is up. Part 5 is up.
Here’s a great deal from Covenant Life Church. Tell 5 friends and get some great hymns done well, done traditionally, for free! Enjoy!
Over at the Desiring God blog John Piper has posted this video. He’s not telling anyone how to vote, but he is saying what he thinks about the issues of gender, race, abortion, and how Christians must be advocates for the gospel. This is worth your time:
I found this page as I clicked around in Bible Works this morning. There are photographs of the Great Isaiah Scroll, along with comments on where and how it differs from the Masoretic Text of Isaiah here. What can be found on the internet is absolutely amazing!
Over at the Biblical Theology blog I’ve just posted on T. Desmond Alexander’s book, From Eden to the New Jerusalem: Exploring God’s Plan for Life on Earth. Having just read the preface, I was compelled to post on it here, just in case there are some who check this blog but not the other. This […]
This excerpt from a lecture Clarence Thomas gave is well worth reading. Here’s the conclusion: “Let me put it this way; there are really only two ways to interpret the Constitution — try to discern as best we can what the framers intended or make it up. No matter how ingenious, imaginative or artfully put, […]
Charles Halton: How to Learn Hebrew How to Have a Successful First Semester 1. Have a good attitude. a. Learning Hebrew can be hard at times, but it is rewarding—find joy in your studies. b. You are fluent in at least one language already. Therefore you have proven that you have the ability to learn […]
I’m a few days behind on this one, but here it is:
Here’s today’s Installment of “The Power and Presence of the Holy Spirit“: The Spirit in the Old Testament In the Old Testament, we see that the Spirit is active in God’s work in creation, and from that point forward the Spirit provides God’s presence and power. In terms of God’s presence with his people, there […]
I wrote up a study of what the Bible teaches about the Holy Spirit’s role in the Mission of God that badly overshot the word limit. Editing it down to the required length alters it so much that it has practically become another study altogether. The great thing about having a blog, though, is that […]
One of my favorite classmates from DTS days has joined the blogosphere. The folks at Grace Bible Church in Nacogdoches, Texas are blessed to have Justin Beadles as their pastor. And we in the blogosphere are now blessed to be able to add his blog to our google readers. Sometimes I wonder what this guy […]
I’ve posted on Dr. John Hannah before. He had a profound influence on my while I was at DTS. Now that I’ve figured out how to do single spacing (shift then enter), I’m posting this poem that was inspired by his teaching. The Warrior Inspired by Distinguished Professor Reverend Doctor John D. Hannah Proud generals […]
I love the way Doug Wilson hands out the berries in his use of language. Go read this tasty post (Deep Affection for America) to see what I’m talking about. The end of the second paragraph had me laughing out loud, and the rest of it is pure fun to read.
Something took me to the Institute for Biblical Research’s website yesterday, and I was delighted to see that back issues of the Bulletin for Bibilcal Research are online through 2005. I’ll link to some of my favorite BBR articles from years past in a subsequent post, but this post is on a most interesting essay […]
This is an insightful, and devastating, review of Shane Claiborne’s The Irresistable Revolution.