Blogs by Carl Trueman

Last Minute Christmas Presents

Article by   December 2013
Over at Logos, I notice that Dan Phillips' book on Proverbs is now available for pre-order.  That is something to which we Logos users can look forward in the new year.While tomorrow is the big day, business here will continue... continue

A Logos Deal

Article by   December 2013
Logos have an excellent looking last minute Christmas deal here.     Well worth looking at!... continue

In the Words of Cassandra

Article by   December 2013
Christianity Today has reported a public response from Tyndale and Mark Driscoll over the recent mess.  You can read it here.Alternatively, you can find its basic principles outlined here.  The key paragraph reads as follows:The whistleblowers will be maligned, marginalised... continue

Yes, West Virgina, there is a Santa Claus.

Article by   December 2013
As the festive season approaches, the MoS team can look back on quite a year: we started off as two incompetent and world-weary middle-aged geezers (good word for you, if you are out there, Tim B) and ended as --... continue

The Bald and the Beautiful

Article by   December 2013
The Rev. Jeremy Gradgrind's anti-Santa polemic will have to await the next Mortification of Spin to receive its due reward, unless 'Nunchucks' catches him first.   Awful -- all those children out there unable to distinguish fact from fiction and... continue

Compassion, Cancer Care, and Christ

Article by   December 2013
Todd Pruitt and I had the great pleasure recently of interviewing nurse, Christopher Bogosh, about his new book, Compassionate Jesus, which addresses the sensitive matter of Christians and end of life care.  You can hear the interview here.... continue

For Those Who Don't -- or Won't -- Quite Get It

Article by   December 2013
Regarding recent posts concerning recent events, I have been asked why I take so much pleasure in attacking God's people. That is an interesting comment, remarkable for its claims to telepathic insight into my thought processes and one that perhaps... continue

The Ghost of Christmas Past

Article by   December 2013
As I am somewhat preoccupied this week with organizing CROMV (the Campaign for the Rehabilitation of Milli Vanilli), I thought I would be rather lazy and simply link to an article which I wrote for the Christmas edition of Ref21... continue

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Mullet

Article by   December 2013
A certain URC minister has leaped valiantly to the defense of Paul Crouch and provided evidence that the late reverend even produced an edition of the Heidelberg Catechism:Ref21 is grateful for the correction to our reporting, as always.  We would... continue

What I saw when I first came to America

Article by   December 2013
The death of Paul Crouch last week brought back memories of my first extended stay -- indeed, my first visit -- to the USA.  It was in 1996 and I was a visiting research fellow at Calvin College in Michigan,... continue
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