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Today is the first day I’m commuting to my new office (same job, new office), which is significantly farther away from my place than my old office. In order to make the most use of my longer commute I’ve loaded … Continue reading
As promised, I will attempt to discuss Sola Scriptura today. It will not be in any way exhaustive. Primarily I want to point you toward a very helpful sermon/podcast/Q&A between Phil Johnson and Pastor John MacArthur on the subject.
The protestant departure from Sola Scriptura, the principle that the Scriptures alone provide all the truth needed to find salvation and to grow in godliness, has troubled me for some time. I find it at the root of many false … Continue reading
Yesterday, an elder in my church preached from 1 Peter 4 and I benefited so much from it, I wanted to share the passage with all of you today. There’s a lot to unpack in here about how to be prepared to … Continue reading
I haven’t read One Thousand Gifts by Ann Voskamp, but I am well aware of its popularity. In fact, I saw it in the hands of a sister-in-Christ very recently. If you have read it or are considering reading it … Continue reading
Dr. Anthony Bradley, an associate professor at King’s College and an Acton Institute research fellow, wrote a thought-provoking piece on May 1 called: The New Legalism: Missional, Radical, Narcissistic, and Shamed. It seems to have struck a nerve and I have … Continue reading
There are days when I throw my hands up and say, “Lord, I really don’t know what you’re doing with my life.” Thankfully, in those moments I still know that He knows what He’s doing.
I posted the other day about the books I’d read last month and there is one I didn’t mention. I have been reading Jay Bakker’s book: Faith, Doubt and Other Lines I’ve crossed. But I’m only in chapter 6. I … Continue reading