Here are the stories I put in my coffee this morning.
- R-Rated Texts for an R-Rated World
Pausing to reflect on the horrific failures of God’s men excites us to look for God’s man—Jesus Christ.
- Learning from Liberals
But, in the midst of the chaos and carnage, are there lessons that we can learn from the German liberal theologians and higher critics, even if it is almost entirely from their negative example? I think so.
- Witnessing to Homosexuals
How do you witness to homosexuals? The answer is, “Like anyone else,” but perhaps for some that is an over simplification.
- Asking, Seeking, Knocking
So, when you pray, be a suppliant, be a seeker, and be serious. True prayer demands all three.
- What We All Agree On, and What We (Probably) Don’t, In this Sanctification Debate
But it’s also possible—and in fact, everyone seems to agree on this point—that there are profound disagreements about what sanctification is and how it happens.
Music History Bonus:
- Isaac Watts: His Rhymed Sermons
Because they were undiluted theology conveyed to the mind and heart through Watts’ poetic imagination and gifted wonder, his people—and all who sing Watts’ hymns today—were dazzled with the splendor of Christ and the gospel.