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Tag Archives: John Piper
In the fiftieth year since C.S. Lewis died, John Piper is offering a little book as a celebration of the influence of C. S. Lewis in his life. While I’ve read my share of Lewis works, I can’t claim the … Continue reading
A few months back I heard about this book from Sam Storms. I’m glad that it’s here. Back in September, 2009, John Piper a Historic Premillennialist, Doug Wilson a Postmillennialist, Jim Hamilton a Dispensational Premillennialist, and Sam Storms an Amillennialist … Continue reading
At some point in your ministry, there is that one person, in your field, who stands out in your mind, and to whom you find yourself graviting. Over the years, John Piper has been that person for me–his passion, his … Continue reading
In the back of my Bible, I have a copy of the Apostles’ Creed, and it contains the line “He descended into hell,” which I tend to recite. But there are leading evangelical figures who object to this line, contending that it has no … Continue reading
Dietrich Bonhoeffer was engaged to Maria when he was hanged. He never married, skipping the shadow on the way to the reality. (source: Piper’s tweet, italics added) Simplicity dripping with profundity. I love it!
Dear Young Calvinists, I admire your zeal and passion for the supremacy of God in all things. But there are a few things I will love for you to consider along the way. First, I know that you are proud … Continue reading
Jonathan Edwards remains something of a polarizing figure on the pages of church history. For those who have either read him or read about him, will no doubt be immediately impressed with his brilliant mind, a mind often considered one of … Continue reading
Following the lead of noted pastor and theologian John Piper, and knowing the importance of a catechism with my own two children, I have taken John Piper’s slightly revised “The Baptist Catechism” of 1677 (Keach’s Catechism)–which was patterned after the Heidelberg and Westminster … Continue reading
Traditionally, Baptists tend to avoid most of the practices of the high church. This is in keep with that noncreedal concept of Baptists down through the centuries. But it seems like much of this is slowly changing, perhaps to be … Continue reading