Posts Categorized: Theology

Feelings after Sandy Hook

I’m sorry to admit I feel the same way as Thabiti on how my feelings after the Sandy Hook shooting in Newton, CT. I am, however, genuinely thankful for his honesty: But I’ve been troubled by my own heart. I’m afraid I haven’t felt deeply enough. It’s not that I’ve been impassible, unmoved, unfeeling. It’s… Read more »

Hobby Lobby’s Evangelical Owner

Excerpt: Abroad, Green is putting Scripture into the hands of nonbelievers. “People ask, ‘How are you going to get a Bible to everyone in the world?’ We’re doing it,” Green says. Through foundations he supports, he has already distributed nearly 1.4 billion copies of Gospel literature in more than 100 countries, mostly in Africa and… Read more »

Carl Trueman on the Changing World

Carl Trueman: You really do kid only yourselves if you think you can be an orthodox Christian and be at the same time cool enough and hip enough to cut it in the wider world. Frankly, in a couple of years it will not matter how much urban ink you sport, how much fair trade… Read more »

Reactions to Boundaries

Some great thoughts (with a good analogy) of how we react to boundaries in our lives. Here’s a taste: We are given a boundary, and even as children, we immediately begin to think of the benefits of crossing it. We have the ingrained, fallen notion that boundaries are an infringement on our freedom. That somewhere,… Read more »