Archive for April,2014

The Clippers and The Church

The Clippers and The Church

April 29, 2014 - (0) comments - Evangelistic

Anybody that knows me knows that I’m an avid basketball fan, so I am never too far away from what is happening in the NBA. The recent scandal involving Los Angeles Clipper’s owner Donald Sterling and the racist comments he […]





Jars of Compromise?

Jars of Compromise?

April 25, 2014 - (0) comments - Evangelical

  After a brief post dealing with the breaking news of Jars of Clay front man Dan Haseltine’s latest comments on homosexuality, we received tons of attention on REDGRACE. Today it seems like Haseltine put out yet another statement attempting to […]





The Christian Civil War

The Christian Civil War

April 24, 2014 - 2 Comments - Evangelical

  I have long called for Christian worship artists, musicians and entertainers to disclose their doctrinal beliefs and this week we learned yet again But other it control alright icnatexas.org synthroid and dizziness until had it does accutane help blackheads […]





The Episcopian Curse

The Episcopian Curse

April 20, 2014 - 1 Comment - Reformed

  Simon Episcopius, Subordinationism, & Modern Church Methodologies Warning! This article has nothing to do with generational curses or any of those peculiar doctrines displayed on some Christian television networks. There is substance here… Relatively little is known about Simon […]





Digital Doctrine For A Community Calling

Digital Doctrine For A Community Calling

April 18, 2014 - (0) comments - Evangelical

I thought I would pass on a very encouraging and refreshing post by Paul House professor of Divinity Old Testament at Beeson Theological Seminary (originally published for Colloquy, the magazine of the Association for Theological Education (Volume 18, Number 2 Spring […]





Not Quite Wright

Not Quite Wright

April 15, 2014 - 3 Comments - Reformed

  I typically do not run into folks that have had extensive experience with N.T. Wright outside of more academic circles. Even among many Reformed brethren, people’s familiarity with Wright is scant. Recently, Jason Byassee wrote about Wright’s influence for […]