Blog Posts by Derek Thomas

Good Friday Message at Tenth

Article by   April 2007
Phil Ryken's Good Friday message is now available to read, here.... continue

Joel Beeke

Article by   April 2007
I am also wildly enthusiastic about this volume, hot off the press (Evangelical Press). As the picture says, its a volume by Joel Beeke on John's epistles. Some dude called Derek Thomas blurbs on the front cover (too small to... continue

Thabiti Anyabwile

Article by   April 2007
I may have mentioned this book before in these columns but there's no harm in repeating my enthusiasm for this volume by Thabiti Anyabwile called The Faithful Preacher: Recapturing the Vision of Three Pioneering African-American Pastors (Crossway).  It is a... continue

Luther (Easter Week, 1529) commenting on Christ's prayer, "Father forgive them..."

Article by   April 2007
"There are two kinds of sinners. The first are the evildoers, who do not believe, and the arrogant saints. The second are those who believe in forgiveness through Christ. We are indeed sinners but under the shadow of Christ's merit... continue

R. C. Sproul reviews N. T. Wright

Article by   March 2007
Don't miss R.C. Sproul's review of Evil and the Justice of God in this issue.... continue

New Edition of Ref21 coming today!

Article by   March 2007
Check back later today for a new edition of reformation21. It includes articles by Carl Trueman and Michael Travers on the Psalms and much more.... continue

Resurgency

Article by   March 2007
It would be in poor taste to point out to Carl, especially on his birthday, that the headlines on the BBC news site this afternoon reads, "Resurgent Wales see off England" alluding to the Welsh Rugby Union victory (27-18). One reader... continue

Weather warning

Article by   March 2007
Jeremy Smith's article in this issue ("Petrolium Pundits") has provoked a stormy protest. See "We Get Letters" page.... continue

Saint Patrick was Welsh

Article by   March 2007
Many scholars assert, de rigeur, that Saint Patrick (Patricius or Padrig) was born in the still Welsh-speaking Northern Kingdom of Strathclyde of Romano-Brythonic stock around 385 AD at a place called Bannavem Taberniae (Banwen), but the best of them maintain this a... continue

Cézanne to Picasso

Article by   March 2007
Just back from a few days in Chicago. Managed a quick tour of the "Cézanne to Picasso" exhibition at The Art Institute of Chicago. Took the "Admission Free on Tuesday" option, to mingle with the plebs! No point in paying... continue
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