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- On Moore Oklahoma Tornado: Do Not Blame God
- Celebrating the Lord’s Supper on a Monday
- A Classic Calvin Illustration: The Scripture as Eyeglasses
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- Pope’s Francis Message also for Evangelicals
- Book Review: The Psalter Reclaimed by Gordon Wenham
- The Litmus Test of Genuine Christianity
- Imprecatory Psalms: To Pray or Not to Pray?
- Is Mark Driscoll Bad for Calvinists?
- "Truly, you are a God who hides himself, O God of Israel, the Savior." (Isaiah 45:15) 1 day ago
- PresuppositionalismA method of Christian apologetics normally employed by Reformed theologians that seeks to give a defense of the Christian faith by offering an offensive method of engagement. Presuppositionalists believe that one must presuppose the Christian worldview and the Scriptures in order to dispel the worldview of the unbeliever. Presuppositionalist criticize “evide […]
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Tag Archives: Rick Warren
As Christ followers, we are really good at hurting one another. We have even found reasons to get around Jesus’ command to love one another (John 13:34-35). In my recent post here, follower blogger Craig Benno shares how a local church … Continue reading
As a minister I’ve had to counsel individuals struggling with mental illness. In most cases, when this becomes known to me, I refer them to an expert, someone who can help them, because I can’t. Along the way, I too … Continue reading
I was greeted at Yahoo homepage with the sad news of the death of pastor Rick Warren’s son by suicide. Two childhood friends of mine committed suicide a few years ago. One New Testament professor of mine, while I was … Continue reading
(Greek ana, “again” + Greek baptizo, “baptize”) The Anabaptists were a sect of Christians in the “Radical Reformation” of the sixteenth century that sought to bring further reform the church beyond that of Luther, Zwingli, Calvin and the other mainline … Continue reading
This is a great interview. Note Rick Warren from the 2:46 mark… Rick Warren shoots straight in this one.
Perhaps it has been tweaked a bit. Why am I saying this? Well, last year Rick Warren spoke at John Piper’s annual Desiring God National Conference, sharing the platform with the likes of Piper, RC Sproul and Al Mohler—for which … Continue reading
However, earlier in his post, Mr. Patton calls this kind of behavior that is so evident in many Christians “the gift of parochialism.” But I think it’s more than a gift. I think it’s a disease that many within the body of Christ must be cured of. Continue reading
Then a glimpse of his own evangelical struggle: Continue reading
Rick Warren: Heard a radio pastor brag that he ignores people’s pressing needs when preaching. Obviously isnt following our Lord’s model… 27 minutes ago via web (Source: Twitter, emphasis added) Some might actually say that Rick Warren himself has been … Continue reading