December 2010 Archives

Seasonal Reflections III

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[Editor's note] This is the third in a series of Christmas-related postings by Carl Trueman. Several will come in this series during the month of December. The second can be read here.One of the most beautiful vignettes in the gospel... continue

Seasonal Reflections II

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[Editor's note] This is the second in a series of Christmas-related postings by Carl Trueman. Several will come in this series during the month of December. The first can be read here.The glory of Christmas is the reality of the... continue

Of the Making of Many Books . . .

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A Baker's Dozen for 2010  It's that time of year when "the best of ... in 2010" gets written. I have been reflecting on some books that I've read this year, all of which rose to the top of pile of... continue

Review: Charles F. Raven, Shadow Gospel

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Rowan Williams and the Anglican Communion Crisis (Latimer Trust, 2010)The Latimer Trust (www.latimertrust.org) has a long history of publishing some fine booklets on the history and theology of Reformed Anglicanism.  Many of us outside the Anglican fold are grateful, both... continue

Discipleship and Planting Churches

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Reformed Presbyterians in IndianaRecently I was privileged to take part in a discussion on church planting and discipleship with Barry York (senior pastor, Sycamore Reformed Presbyterian Church of Kokomo, Indiana) and Dale VanDyke and Francis VanDelden (Senior and Associate pastors,... continue

Seasonal Reflections I

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[Editor's note] This is the first in a series of Christmas-related postings by Carl Trueman. Several will come in this series during the month of December.Not with a Bang but a WhimperWhile enough of a Puritan to be pretty indifferent... continue

Smothering Baby Jesus

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Ouch! The things Christians once got up to! Think, for instance, of old Simeon, the once-ballyhooed guru of the sixth-century Holy Fool movement. Not content with rubbing mustard into the eyes of the partially blind in mock 'healing' ceremonies, he... continue

Reflections on 2010 ETS

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I felt like a kid in a candy store at this year's Evangelical Theological Society (ETS) annual meeting held in Atlanta, GA.  Deeply discounted commentaries, well-known biblical scholars, bible college friends, and discussion about justification--what more could a bible nerd... continue
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