Category Archives: Kevin DeYoung

9 Marks of Healthy Biblical Complementarianism

Young, Restless, and Reformed pastor, author, and blogger Kevin DeYoung begins his post, “In the conservative evangelical circles I mainly inhabit, there is almost no controversy about whether the Bible allows for women to be ordained as pastors and elders. … Continue reading

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On Biblical Inerrancy: What is John MacArthur saying?

Last week a colleague and I were discussing the matter of biblical inerrancy.  I offered my position. And in an effort to revisit the matter, I was reminded of John MacArthur’s conference on Biblical Inerrancy, held this past March.  So … Continue reading

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Dear Fundamentalist: Jesus is Bigger than the Bible!

While on vacation, when asked about my theological trajectory and new way of reading Scripture, I constantly pointed to Jesus.  Why?  Because it is what I have come to believe. The doctrinal divides over how each other’s denomination reads the Bible are … Continue reading

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Why Do People Leave Their Denominations?

Since the beginning of 2014, I know of two notable pastors (John Ortberg and Kevin DeYoung) who, along with their churches, have left their respective denominations.  Their denominations were adopting positions which they felt were in violation of clearing biblical … Continue reading

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