Blog Posts by Justin Taylor

An Interview with Dever on Sibbes

Article by   January 2008
Timmy Brister interviews Mark Dever on Richard Sibbes.... continue

Trumper on Adoption

Article by   January 2008
Dan Cruver interviews Tim Trumper on adoption.... continue

An Interview on "Engaging with Barth"

Article by   January 2008
Guy Davies interviews David Gibson, who is the co-editor of a book being released this month from IVP-UK: Engaging with Barth.... continue

An Interview with Helm

Article by   January 2008
Guy Davies interviews Paul Helm.... continue

A New Reformation

Article by   January 2008
It may have been mentioned on this site before, but if not, check out Thabiti Anyabwile's new book, The Decline of African American Theology: From Biblical Faith to Cultural Accommodation, with a foreword by Mark Noll.Rev. Eric Redmond, Pastor of... continue

Mohler to Be Nominated as SBC President

Article by   January 2008
Some significant news out of Texas: Robert Jeffress, the pastor of First Baptist Dallas, announces that he will be nominating Al Mohler for President of the SBC in Indianapolis this June.... continue

Happy New Year

Article by   January 2008
David Powlison offers some reflections on New Year's Resolutions.... continue

The M'Cheyne daily Bible reading calendar

Article by   December 2007
For those who use, or want to use, the M'Cheyne Bible reading plan, here's a helpful site with various formats to print, view, or receive online.... continue

9Marks on Corporate Prayer

Article by   December 2007
The latest 9Marks newsletter--is it still a "newsletter" when it's 46 pages--is now available online. You can read it as a PDF or on their webpage.... continue

Merry Christmas

Article by   December 2007
Some good theological reflections here from David Mathis:Advent and the IncarnationJesus Is Fully HumanWhat Is the Hypostatic Union?The Virgin Birth... continue
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