Blog Posts by Carlton Wynne

I Worshipped "Allah" Last Sunday

Article by   June 2014
Never have I so carefully typed quotation marks. Those tiny dashes keep intact both my ordination vows and my soul. They also refer to my enjoyable experience last Sunday attending an international service organized by the Gereformeerde Kerken in IJsselmuiden, Netherlands. Gathered... continue

Atheism from a Recliner

Article by   August 2013
"...and they knew that they were naked. And they sewed fig leaves together..." (Gen 3:7)Atheists attempting to work out the worldview implications of their (un)belief-system appear to be on the rise these days (for an excellent handling of one example... continue

What Would You Pay for Tolerance?

Article by   June 2013
I was reminded recently--this time by a statistic dealing with college commencement addresses--of the relentless homogenization of culture and ideas in the name of diversity by today's movers-and-shakers. Apparently, the "uni-" is still stretching its lead over the "-versity" on... continue

Bracket Analysis (No, not the Final Four)

Article by   April 2013
In a recent article, Albert Mohler has accurately and astutely observed the widespread bracketing of public moral arguments by those seeking to defend the traditional and conjugal view of marriage in America. It's true, from attorneys defending Proposition 8 and the... continue

A Priestly Postscript

Article by   February 2013
As the world now knows, Pope Benedict XVI has recently announced his resignation from the papacy, effective at the end of this month. Nicknamed "God's rottweiler" for his occasionally unpopular allegiance to Roman tradition on certain theological matters, Benedict's surprising... continue

Fish-y Business at the Presidential Inauguration

Article by   January 2013
Over the Christmas holiday with my extended family, amid a full-blown but lovable circus of three to seven-year-olds that was rivaled only by the even louder football bowl game commentary emanating from the TV, the name of Stanley Fish came... continue

What Time Is It?

Article by   November 2012
What hath cyber Monday to do with eternity?  For starters, yesterday offered a $2 billion glimpse into where America's treasure is being stored up (cf. Matt 6:19-21). But the fact that mobile devices have become the purchasing organ of choice... continue

God, Politics, and Evil

Article by   October 2012
Strange things happen in the days leading up to a national election. This morning's case was courtesy of the center article at CNN.com which reads "When 'God's Will,' Rape and Pregnancy Collide" (Caution: the article contains explicit details). Whatever political hiccup has... continue

A Coptic Letdown

Article by   September 2012
For those interested in the latest tumbleweed to blow through ancient textual circles, Dr. Mike Kruger offers some sensational, late-breaking news that the fourfold canonical gospels are still authoritative. See here: http://thegospelcoalition.org/blogs/tgc/2012/09/19/the-far-less-sensational-truth-about-jesus-wife/... continue

Well, what do you know...

Article by   September 2012
In Col 3:10, the apostle Paul describes one of the most stunning aspects of the Spirit's re-creative work in uniting us by faith to the risen Christ. In that verse, we read that the natural man is, by that Spirit,... continue
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