Monthly Archives: February 2014

Best shot ever.

Drudge is known for beautiful juxtaposition of pictures. One feeds into another to create a narrative. In this case it’s only one picture, but the timing was absolutely perfect, and the combination of picture and headline is one of his … Continue reading

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Welcome

Welcome, to any Issues etc. listeners who are checking out my blog because of my interview on Two Kinds of Righteousness. I hope to post more on that later this week or early next week – a kind of reflection … Continue reading

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Sermon for Sexagesima

Four-fold field. Jesus. Word. Jesus. Faith. Jesus. Endurance. Jesus. Harvest. Jesus. That’s the outline. Read the whole shebang after the jump.

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Seminex: Final Thoughts

Historically, when the church gathers together in a council or synod, each congregation receives a vote through the pastor. This is not to say that the laity are not important. The pastor is the one who spends his days and … Continue reading

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Seminex: Aftermath and Warnings

One of the lessons of Seminex – and for that matter any false teaching – is that the peddlers of new theologies will couch their new theology in old language. So, the Seminex crowd tried to pass off historical criticism … Continue reading

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Narrow the Path, and Few Find it

Later, there would be a parting of the ways. Discord, anger, bitterness, charges of false doctrine, and even lawsuits. But on February 19, 1974, these five men stood united, faithfully at their posts, refusing to bend for their long-time colleagues … Continue reading

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A Fable

Two school administrators were talking. One was very sad and confused. “What seems to be the problem?” said his friend. “We’re having a problem at my school.” “Tell me what it is, maybe I an help.” “Ok,” replied the first. … Continue reading

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